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  JUNE 2021 – KENYA | MAURITIUS | TANZANIA | UGANDA BUDGET SPEECHES and LEGISLATION CHANGES It is important that employers note the following: KENYA 2021/2022 Budget speech and tax changes The following are highlights from the Kenyan government’s budget for the 2021/22 fiscal year, as presented to Parliament by Finance Minister Ukur Yatani on...

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NOVEMBER 2020 – MAURITIUS MRA NOTICE TO EMPLOYERS AND SELF-EMPLOYED INDIVIDUALS It is important that employers note the following: Mauritius CSG, NSF and Training Levy The Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA) has published a notice to inform employers that, following the introduction of the Contribution Sociale Généralisée (CSG), the deadline for the submission of the monthly...

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  OCTOBER 2020 – NON-SA COUNTRIES RECENT LEGISLATION CHANGES: MALAWI, MAURITIUS & ZAMBIA It is important that employers note the following: Malawi PAYE changes With reference to the Provisional Budget Statement for Malawi 2020/2021 and an announcement made by the Finance Minister on 11 September 2020, the Malawi Government has proposed an increase in the...

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OCTOBER 2020 – NON-SA COUNTRIES RECENT LEGISLATION CHANGES: MALAWI, MAURITIUS & ZAMBIA It is important that employers note the following: Malawi PAYE changes   With reference to the Provisional Budget Statement for Malawi 2020/2021 and an announcement made by the Finance Minister on 11 September 2020, the Malawi Government has proposed an increase in the...

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    SEPTEMBER 2020 – MAURITIUS CONTRIBUTION SOCIALE GÉNÉRALISÉE It is important that employers note the following: The Contribution Sociale Généralisée (CSG) Regulations 2020 Regulations made by the Minister under section 30F of the National Pensions Act were recently published in Government Notice No. 214 of 2020. As from 1 September 2020, the National Pension...

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AUGUST 2020 – MAURITIUS PORTABLE RETIREMENT GRATUITY FUND & NPF/NSF It is important that employers note the following: Changes to Portable Retirement Gratuity Fund and NPF/NSF contributions announced Portable Retirement Gratuity Fund (PRGF) The Worker’s Rights (Portable Retirement Gratuity Fund) (Amendment) Regulations 2020 has been published in Government Notice No. 123 of 2020. The amendment...

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JANUARY 2020 – ESWATINI (SWAZILAND) | KENYA | MAURITIUS LEGISLATION CHANGES It is important that employers note the following: ESWATINI Eswatini National Provident Fund (ENPF) Contributions Limit Effective 1 January 2020, the maximum statutory contributions per employee have increased from E270 to E290 per month. This means that the expected maximum statutory contribution for 2020...

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Mauritius 2019/2020 Budget Speech On Monday, 10 June 2019, the Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Pravind Jugnauth, delivered the last Budget Speech of the present Government. Key Highlights of the Budget Speech The budget deficit is estimated to maintain course at 3.2% of GDP for financial year 2019/2020. Public Sector Debt...

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