SuzelleDIY on her best envelope crafts, perfect for the lockdown [video]

Suzelle says envelopes can be used in many ways and is the perfect item to keep yourself busy during the lockdown.

SuzelleDIY on her best envelope crafts, perfect for the lockdown [video]

After sharing her best Easter hacks and a ‘how to’ video on making your own face mask, SuzelleDIY is still going at it with her recent ‘envelope crafts’ web episode.

Suzelle’s most recent episode forms part of her new ‘Suzellphabet’ series where she will share creative ideas for each letter of the alphabet every week.

“E is for Envelopes!” Suzelle says along with the video. “It’s time to get crafty and creative. Lockdown is the perfect time to write letters, maybe to your family member who lives in Greece or to your best friend, like in my case, Marianne.

“You can also write a love letter to yourself. That is why this episode is full of stunning envelope crafts and ideas to create a stunning pocket to put your letter into! Envelopes aren’t just for covering letters, they can also be used as an organisational item like to order your slips [and more]. Watch the episode for all my tips and tricks and comment on your favourite DIY envelope hack.”

“Easy peasy” envelope crafts

‘Suzellphabet’, a fun-filled, creative DIY episode for each letter of the alphabet

Fans of Suzelle have 26 episodes to look forward to. Some of Suzelle’s favourite episodes to come includes H is for Hydro Dip (in this episode Suzelle hydro dips Tomy takkies with Kwesta), and I is for Iron Hacks (who knew you could make toasted cheese using a clothing iron?)

“Oh gosh! You are in for some big surprises and creative projects of your heart’s desire,” Suzelle said further.

Her first episode was all about Apple hacks. Here Suzelle got into all the apple tips and tricks of your dreams.

“Fancy a little delectable toffee apple? Or a fun and scary apple teeth treat? Or maybe you want to go for the healthier option and make some apple chips with extra pizzazz? Let’s get right into it guys,” Suzelle said.

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Refunds, deductions and deferrals – SA announces major tax breaks

It's a silver lining for businesses and individuals: Cyril Ramaphosa has got a plan to ease the tax burden on South Africans during this health crisis.

Refunds, deductions and deferrals – SA announces major tax breaks

It’s not often the president rocks up on television to show-off a R500 billion war-chest. Tuesday night saw Cyril Ramaphosa take to the airwaves to explain how South Africa was going to fund its economic recovery efforts – as well as making several multi-billion rand interventions for businesses, he also unveiled a number of tax interventions.

How much South Africa will spend on economic relief

With incomes and revenue all but evaporated by the global health crisis and subsequent lockdown, the government have stepped in to cushion the blow. Around 10% of South Africa’s GDP will go towards alleviating the gloom, as our already-clapped economy enters into its darkest hour.

Ramaphosa, always the great orator, sent a rousing message to South Africans about “creating a new economy” based on fairness and justice. Certainly, these tax interventions show he’s ready to walk the walk.

Major tax breaks coming to South Africa

  • There will be a four-month tax holiday for companies’ skills development levy contributions.
  • All VAT refunds will be fast-tracked.
  • A three-month delay for filing and first payment of carbon tax has been implemented.
  • The proportion of PAYE payments that can be deferred will be increased to 35%.
  • The previous turnover threshold for tax deferrals is being increased to R100 million a year.
  • Businesses with a turnover of more than R100 million a year can apply directly to SARS on a case-by-case basis for deferrals of their tax payments.
  • Taxpayers who donate to the Solidarity Fund will be able to claim up to an additional 10% as a deduction from their taxable income.
  • These tax measures should provide at least R70 billion in cash flow relief or direct payments to businesses and individuals.

Tax interventions – fines for late payments may also be suspended

Ramaphosa also told the nation that businesses won’t face fines for late payments, providing they can prove that the global health crisis has impacted their operations:

“We’re now embarking on the second phase of our economic response to stabilise the economy… No penalties for late payments will be applicable if businesses can show they have been negatively impacted in this time. The finance minister will provide further details on the above and other tax-related announcements.”

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