South Africa – Follow-up Webcast on the planned indirect taxation of eservices – 23 April 2014, 15.30 – 16.15 CET

As previously reported here, the implementation of South African VAT on electronic services and associated obligation for non-resident businesses to register for VAT purposes in South Africa, has been delayed by 2 months and will be effective as of 1 June 2014.

PwC’s Indirect Tax Webcast series continues with a follow-up session of the latest developments in the South African legislation.

The presenter will be again Gerard Soverall, Tax Partner of PwC South Africa, who is specialised in e-commerce and cross-border indirect taxation.

The Webcast will take place on 23 April 2014, 15.30 CET and will take maximum 45 minutes, including questions and answers.

Those of you who will participate in the PwC’s B2C 2015 Working Group meeting in Brussels will be able to follow the Webcast there as part of the agenda.

To access the webcast (via computer or mobile device):

1. Click on the following link to open the webcast registration page: https://event.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1033780

2. Complete the required registration filed and click “submit”. The webcast will open in your browser.

The webcast will be recorded and archived so it can also be viewed later on via the same link.

About Sophie Claessens

Senior Tax Manager PricewaterhouseCoopers Tax Consultants Belgium email: sophie.claessens@be.pwc.com Mobile: +32 473 91 05 67 Office: +32 3 259 3169

Sophie Claessens is an international VAT advisor, based in Antwerp, Belgium, with a particular focus on business-to-consumer industries, including telecommunications, media, internet and e-commerce. She supports major industry players on sector-specific issues, including VAT compliance at both an operations and strategic level, and is directly involved in policy work for businesses in these industries, both at the Belgian level and at the level of the European Commission. She is responsible for indirect taxes in the communications sector at PwC Belgium and is a driver of PwC's Business Working Group on the EU 2015 VAT changes. She has authored articles for publication in Belgian and international tax journals.