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Tebogo Tshwane

Tebogo Tshwane

Tebogo Tshwane is an Adamela Trust financial journalism trainee at the Mail & Guardian. She was previously a general news intern at Eyewitness News and a current affairs show presenter at the Voice of Wits FM. Tshwane is passionate about socioeconomic issues and understanding how macroeconomic activities affect ordinary people. She holds a journalism honours degree from Wits University. 
    Nugent: Bain & Company in a dangerous position as evidence piles up
    Nugent: Bain & Company in a dangerous position as evidence piles up
    The Nugent commission of inquiry into tax administration and governance at the South African Revenue Service (Sars) has heard more details about Bain...
    ‘Baker’ Brian Molefe’s Eskom runs short of coal
    ‘Baker’ Brian Molefe’s Eskom runs short of coal
    More than half of Eskom’s power stations are facing coal supply shortages, leaving the utility with little room for error as it struggles to...
    Six SOEs paid R3bn to consultants
    Six SOEs paid R3bn to consultants
    South Africa’s state-owned entities (SOEs) and institutions have had a bad run with consulting firms. So bad that, this year, three of these...
    China gifts SA with R370bn
    China gifts SA with R370bn
    President Cyril Ramaphosa has secured nearly R370-billion in financing from the Chinese government towards an economic stimulus package.
    Debt relief won’t be a quick fix
    Debt relief won’t be a quick fix
    Low-income and over-indebted consumers may soon have the right to have their debt written off. The Debt Relief Bill, formerly known as the National...
    Bleeding SA turns to Ramaphosa
    Bleeding SA turns to Ramaphosa
    The government has not been sitting on its hands since the announcement on Tuesday that the country is in a technical recession, the treasury’s...
    Unfair banking practices rapped in World Bank report
    Unfair banking practices rapped in World Bank report
    A World Bank retail banking study of transactional and fixed deposits has found shortcomings in the way South African banks treat their customers....
    Nene told Moyane: Focus on your job
    Nene told Moyane: Focus on your job
    Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene said his working relationship with suspended South African Revenue Service (Sars) commissioner Tom Moyane was...
    Nugent’s adviser links to Sars case
    Nugent’s adviser links to Sars case
    The presidency says it was unaware of a R3.7-billion court action by the South African Revenue Service (Sars), which involves the law firm...
    Slice of life: My father’s death had a purpose
    Slice of life: My father’s death had a purpose
    When my father died in January of 2012 it was hard and very frustrating because “life had to start then”.
    ​Bain & Co. ‘used’ for ulterior motives, Nugent commission hears
    ​Bain & Co. ‘used’ for ulterior motives, Nugent commission hears
    Bain & Company may have been used for an ulterior motive outside of improving the efficiency of the South...
    Sars deliberately withheld tax refunds, Nugent commission hears
    Sars deliberately withheld tax refunds, Nugent commission hears
    On Friday, the Nugent Commission heard details of how the South African Revenue Services (Sars) frustrated taxpayers by arbitrarily delaying tax...