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Political chaos as fiscal policy

Political chaos as fiscal policy

Taxpayers’ pain has its roots set in a history that the finance minister could not overcome

Treasury’s Pieterse: Transnet bailout ‘not inevitable’

Treasury’s Pieterse: Transnet bailout ‘not inevitable’

The 2024 budget is Duncan Pieterse’s first as director general. And he says the fiscal framework does not constitute a negotiating position

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Social wage bill consumes R1.2 trillion of government revenue

Social wage bill consumes R1.2 trillion of government revenue

Additional funds have been allocated to pay teachers, doctors, nurses and police officers but productivity is not always commensurate with salaries

NHI plans to revitalise hospitals

NHI plans to revitalise hospitals

A proposed R6.9 billion is to be allocated over the next three years to prepare for the rollout of the system across the country

Restoring mangroves a nature-based fix for plight planet faces

Nature-based solutions can play help solve the triple crisis of climate change, nature and biodiversity loss and pollution and waste

Restoring mangroves a nature-based fix for plight planet faces
Biofuels: A new era of extraction

Biofuels: A new era of extraction

Counting on African farmers to grow biofuel crops, Italian oil giant Eni is making big promises to help the air and shipping industries get carbon neutral. In a year-long investigation, Pierra Nyaruai and the NGO Transport & Environment spent time with some of the Kenyan farmers recruited to the mission – but who have been left dispirited

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From Excel to the cloud

From Excel to the cloud

Timrite, which specialises in timber products for mining, looked to Futuresense for a custom solution using the Oracle platform to modernise its financial processes.