Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan presents his 2016 budget speech to the nation.
Not since Nelson Mandela walked out of Victor Verster prison 26 years ago have investors been gloomier about South Africa’s economy.
The recent goings-on at Sars suggest that minister's agents are being removed and that the control of one of the most important units is at stake
To satisfy taxpayers and ratings agencies, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan will have to announce serious and immediate cuts in the 2016 budget speech.
President Jacob Zuma has removed Nene as the minister of finance and replaced him with ANC MP David van Rooyen.
Aside from the usual rise in sin taxes, petrol, electricity and income tax are going up, while small businesses are getting some reprieve.
All eyes will be on Nhlanhla Nene on Wednesday when he tells South Africans exactly how the treasury plans to plug the country’s fiscal gap.
South Africa has reached an economic crossroads and the finance minister has outlined a three-point plan that is going to affect everyone.
President Jacob Zuma has removed Nene as the minister of finance and replaced him with ANC MP David Van Rooyen
The government expects to grow its tax base by allowing companies to increase the amount they can transfer out of South Africa in foreign capital.
Unspent funds will be allocated elsewhere if projects aren't implemented, warns Gordhan.
Can he contain the public sector wage bill without sparking more devastating strikes?
High and low earners also found some cheer in a budget focused on stimulating growth.
From the DA hoping to hear about cutting state spending to Numsa's demand for decent jobs, here's what some groups expect from the budget speech.
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South African bonds were strengthened as the currency appreciated somewhat, but some analysts feel the bolstering is a temporary one.
The country's three-year budget framework has been met with mixed reaction, with opposition parties saying they are discouraged.
Finance minister Pravin Gordhan’s "careful control of the wage Bill" will impact negatively on health service delivery, says a health economist.