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Treasury asked to fund learner influx
Treasury asked to fund learner influx
An influx of more than 20 000 learners into the Western Cape from other provinces has forced the provincial education department to hold...
Treasury bids farewell to chief procurement officer Kenneth Brown
Treasury bids farewell to chief procurement officer Kenneth Brown
Treasury’s chief procurement officer, Kenneth Brown, has resigned.
Zuma: Nobody can force me to launch a state capture commission
Zuma: Nobody can force me to launch a state capture commission
Nobody has the power to order him to institute an inquiry into state capture, President Jacob Zuma told Parliament on Wednesday, removing the last...
Hawks probe leaves treasury's Kenneth Brown unfazed
Hawks probe leaves treasury's Kenneth Brown unfazed
The state’s chief procurement officer, Kenneth Brown, is not having sleepless nights worrying about corruption allegations levelled against him...
SAA needs to ensure continuity in order to receive a bailout, says Pravin Gordhan
SAA needs to ensure continuity in order to receive a bailout, says Pravin Gordhan
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan made no bones about the financial quagmire South African Airways (SAA) finds itself in during an...
Crib notes: This is why Eskom's got beef with treasury
Crib notes: This is why Eskom's got beef with treasury
Take the beleaguered state-owned power utility, add some handshakes with a Gupta coal supplier and a few raised eyebrows in treasury, and you’ll...
​Pravin Gordhan, Presidency move to reassure South Africans over Brexit
​Pravin Gordhan, Presidency move to reassure South Africans over Brexit
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan moved to reassure South Africans that the local financial system was sound in the wake of the massive...
Nhlanhla Nene removed as finance minister
Nhlanhla Nene removed as finance minister
President Jacob Zuma took an unprecedented step on Wednesday night by dismissing Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene – barely two years after he took...
Salga declares dispute with Treasury over Eskom debt
Salga declares dispute with Treasury over Eskom debt
The approximate amount of R1-billion is beng witheld from municipalities who have outstanding debt to Eskom.
Carbon tax shoots itself in the foot
Carbon tax shoots itself in the foot
Sasol recently appeared before Parliament to argue against a proposed carbon tax. Many shrugged this off as just another protest by an oil company...
Treasury queries need for analysts
Treasury queries need for analysts
Treasury is proposing changes to the retirement industry investment sector that would make many of the investment analysts and advisers redundant...
Treasury zooms in on tender fraud
Treasury zooms in on tender fraud
Civil servants and political officials who have taken advantage of the poorly managed govern­ment procurement system to win lucrative tenders...

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