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Janice Roberts

Janice Roberts

    Chartered accountants suggest changes for provisional taxpayers
    Chartered accountants suggest changes for provisional taxpayers
    The SA Institute of Chartered Accountants has proposed that Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan introduce changes for taxpayers in his budget speech.
    DA calls for probe over Kumba debacle
    DA calls for probe over Kumba debacle
    The DA is calling for a probe into the mineral resources department following its handling of "the mineral rights debacle involving Kumba and ICT".
    Zuma 'still working' on State of the Nation address
    Zuma 'still working' on State of the Nation address
    The president is likely to focus on the need for South Africa to move decisively on programmes and policies that have served the country well so far.
    Fresh calls for moratorium on public representatives' pay
    Fresh calls for moratorium on public representatives' pay
    The ANC Youth League has called on government to place a moratorium on salary increases for all public representatives for the next three years.
    State's retirement reforms 'need to be sustainable'
    State's retirement reforms 'need to be sustainable'
    Liberty Corporate's Willem Loots says it's critical that government's retirement reforms be structured in a sustainable way.
    Single homebuyers leading the market
    Single homebuyers leading the market
    An increasing number of home buyers these days are single and there are some special considerations for such buyers to take into account.
    Cabinet's planning lekgotla to start next week
    Cabinet's planning lekgotla to start next week
    Government says Cabinet's January lekgotla, which will form the basis of the president's state of the nation speech, is due to begin on January 17.
    Eskom says power system's performance has improved
    Eskom says power system's performance has improved
    Eskom says the performance of the country's power system has improved since Monday, with the parastatal saying it would continue to be on alert.
    Fedusa raises concerns about Eskom's blackouts
    Fedusa raises concerns about Eskom's blackouts
    Fedusa says it is worried that Ethe high risk of power outages announced by Eskom could affect households and businesses for the rest of the month.
    ANC centenary bash draws international crowd
    ANC centenary bash draws international crowd
    The ANC has confirmed that a total of 46 sitting heads of state will attend its weekend centenary celebrations in Mangaung in the Free State.
    Cosatu laments 'white, capitalist-owned' JSE
    Cosatu laments 'white, capitalist-owned' JSE
    Cosatu has urged the ANC to look at transformation in the JSE, which it says is more than 80% white, capitalist-owned, and increasingly foreign-owned.