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Jacques Coetzee

How state funds are sliced up

At R375-billion, education is the fastest-growing expense on the government’s bill

The State of the Nation in numbers

Of all Sona speeches, Motlanthe spoke the most, while Zuma spoke the least

RAF amendment bill could boost loss of support claim expenditure by 70%

Opponents of Rabs say inadequate research and consultation have been done

Festive spending continues to boom amid tough economic climate

South Africans are spending more on festive goods such as food and beverages rather than more expensive goods. The proof is in the pudding

Gauteng quality of life increases despite deepening inequality

The Quality of Life Survey measures both objective circumstances and subjective opinions of respondents

Internet freedom thrives in SA

South Africa has been ranked 8th in internet freedom out of 65 countries but, as Gigaba will know this week, we might be enjoying it too much

Call to decolonise water laws

An international organisation says small-scale farmers are compromised because of red tape and costs

Job summit glosses over skills problem

South Africa, amid fast-changing technology, is producing skilled people, but not enough of them

The future of the middle class is bleak

Cost pressures, stagnant wages and a bleeding economy are pushing many people into poverty

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