Pravin loves Gill just the way she is -- for now, anyway. In a letter to Reserve Bank governor Gill Marcus, Gordhan reiterated the bank
Minister Gordhan's maiden Budget aims to improve efficiencies and tackle corruption, writes Lynley Donnelly.
Pravin Gordhan may have been business as usual on the surface, but beneath the headline figures of his budget speech were sensitive reform proposals.
South Africa is the biggest welfare state in the world, economist Mike Schussler said on Thursday.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's maiden budget speech seems to have found favour with most political parties in the house as well as economists.
From sin to fuel and how much it costs to run the government; we bring you highlights from Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan's budget speech.
South Africa will spend an extra R112-billion over the next three years as it tackles poverty, boosts job creation and fights HIV/Aids.
South Africa will from March 1 this year levy mining royalties that were postponed due a recession last year, the National Treasury said on Wednesday.
Although Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan backed away from increases in personal tax this year, he clearly left the door open for future tax hikes.
South Africa's economy is expected to grow by 2,3% in 2010 after contracting 1,8% last year, but unemployment remains a critical challenge.