• EJN urgently seeks a Finance Administrator

    The Economic Justice Network (EJN) of FOCCISA is seeking to fill the position of Finance Administrator. Applicants should possess a Minimum of Grade 12 with basic Accounting OR equivalent.

    Package and Contract: Salary will be between R8 000 to R11 000 per month (Cost to company). Please send your Curriculum Vitae by email to: admin@ejn.org.za or facsimile 021 424 9564. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted and invited to an interview with us. Closing date is 20th May 2016. For further information please check our website http://www.ejn.org.za

    The ECONOMIC JUSTICE NETWORK of FOCCISA reserves the right not to make an appointment.

    economic justice network of FOCCISA Is seeking to fill the position of  Finance Administrator. Minimum Qualification of Grade 12 with basic Accounting OR equivalent.

    Package and Contract

    Salary will be between R8 000 to R11 000 per month (Cost to company)

    Please sent us your curriculum vitae by email to

    admin@ejn.org.za or facsimile 021 424 9564

    Only short listed candidates will be contacted and invited to an interview with us.

    Closing date 20th May 2016

    For further information please check our website http://www.ejn.org.za 

    The ECONOMIC JUSTICE NETWORK of FOCCISA reserves the right not to make an appointment.

Submission on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) to the Davis Tax Committee

Following the formation of the Davis Tax Committee, sub-committees were established to focus on specific tax-related issues, according to the terms of reference (attached). CSO’s are instrumental in policy processes and therefore, we have undertaken to tackle particular issues under the sub-committees of base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) and mining extractives and tax, respectively, in order to produce two respective submissions to these sub-committees. The purpose of this meeting was to provide recommendations for the sub-committees from a CSO perspective. This was further highlighted by presentations from Savior Mwamba (TJN-A) and Thembinkosi Dlamini (Oxfam GB).

Click here to read the full submission: SUBMISSION_TO_THE_BASE_EROSION_AND_PROFIT_SUBCOMMITTEE.pdf

 

Our Organisation

Our vision is to harness the resources of the southern African region for all of its people, with a view to bringing about economic justice through the transforming agency of Christians compelled by the gospel of Jesus Christ.  

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Our Fellowship

The Economic Justice Network is a project of FOCCISA, representing 11 National Christian Councils: Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

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