01 Mar 2013 00:00 - Lloyd Gedye Cross-border financial regulations are being relaxed to make doing business in Africa easier.
05 Jun 2012 14:19 - Xola Potelwa SA may issue five new bonds this week, helping to plug a 10-year benchmark gap and extend the government yield curve by a further seven years.
18 May 2012 11:32 - Maya Fisher-French Compulsory fund preservation and simplifying products are among the options highlighted in the treasury's discussion document.
13 Apr 2012 11:48 - Staff Reporter Treasury's Lungisa Fuzile says the economy is on a more sure footing but the target growth of 7% will not come without fixing infrastructure backlogs.
02 Aug 2011 07:59 - Staff Reporter The debt crisis in Europe could hit local bonds if it worsens, pushing yields higher than expected as the continent holds 35% of government's debt.
25 Feb 2011 10:44 - Kevin Davie A youth subsidy that would get people working at a fraction of the IDC's costs will only start next year.
24 Jan 2011 12:14 - Fiona Zerbst You can't send "Tips to Trevor" any more, but Pravin Gordhan is keeping the tradition alive.
29 Apr 2009 11:32 - Staff Reporter Pravin Gordhan, head of South Africa's tax authority, is the frontrunner to succeed Finance Minister Trevor Manuel if he is moved to another post.
06 Mar 2009 15:46 - Staff Reporter A forensic report leaked to the M&G shows the SABC board is split into two camps, fighting over political control and editorial independence.
19 Feb 2009 06:00 - Lloyd Gedye When it comes to the treasury, common sense does eventually prevail; it just takes a while.
29 Jan 2009 13:39 - Staff Reporter A court order forcing government to pay about R300-million for its outstanding bus subsidy payments was an interim solution, Satawu said on Thursday.
31 Oct 2007 10:13 - Staff Reporter Broad-based price increases in South Africa's economy showed there was a problem that needed to be "handled", Reserve Bank Governor Tito Mboweni said on Tuesday. Speaking in Johannesburg, he also warned that, in general, faster inflation meant tighter monetary policy.