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Talk of state spending rings hollow
Talk of state spending rings hollow
The ANC’s proposed economic stimulus package to boost growth and possible plans by the government to pump more money into ailing parastatals...
Online tax hurts the poor
Online tax hurts the poor
A wave of online censorship is affecting more than public discourse. It’s costing some Africans at least 10% of their incomes and seeing...
Ramaphosa to appoint commission of inquiry to probe PIC
Ramaphosa to appoint commission of inquiry to probe PIC
President Cyril Ramaphosa has agreed to appoint a commission of inquiry into alleged impropriety at the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), the...
Investors upbeat about Eskom, despite financial woes says Gordhan
Investors upbeat about Eskom, despite financial woes says Gordhan
Despite financial difficulties at Eskom, investors are optimistic about the power utility, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has said.
​Transnet CEO Gama, two other officials suspended
​Transnet CEO Gama, two other officials suspended
Transnet’s board has issued its chief executive, Siyabonga Gama, chief procurement officer Thamsanqa Jiyane and supply chain manager Lindiwe...
Reserve Bank: Auditors were part of the VBS Mutual Bank conspiracy
Reserve Bank: Auditors were part of the VBS Mutual Bank conspiracy
The audited financial statements of VBS Mutual Bank which were submitted to the Reserve Bank were not reliable, Parliament heard.
How could Turkey overcome its currency woes?
How could Turkey overcome its currency woes?
Not long ago it would have been deemed inconceivable to see Turkey, a long-standing US ally and staunch member of NATO, in the list of countries...
Gordhan: SA Express flights to take off next week
Gordhan: SA Express flights to take off next week
Grounded SA Express will be ready to take off next week, says Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Tavern associations say tobacco bill will choke township businesses
Tavern associations say tobacco bill will choke township businesses
Associations representing owners of taverns in township areas around the country have criticised the newly-released Control of Tobacco Products and...
New Lily Mine owners set to resume operations after three year hiatus
New Lily Mine owners set to resume operations after three year hiatus
The new owners of Lily and Barbrook Mines in Mpumalanga on Tuesday said they were ready to resume operations, after nearly three years of non-activity and undergoing business rescue....
MPs fume over energy department's 'boycott' of fuel price meeting
MPs fume over energy department's 'boycott' of fuel price meeting
Parliament’s portfolio committee on energy was left fuming on Tuesday morning when the department of energy failed to send any officials to its...
Gold Fields set to cut jobs in restructure
Gold Fields set to cut jobs in restructure
One thousand five hundred and sixty mineworkers could be laid off at Gold Fields’ loss-making South Deep mine.
Cosatu: VAT exemptions may not benefit the poor
Cosatu: VAT exemptions may not benefit the poor
With the expert panel on the zero-rated value-added tax items having submitted its report to National Treasury, trade union Cosatu has questioned...
SARS working on restoring credibility and trust — Kingon
SARS working on restoring credibility and trust — Kingon
Acting South African Revenue Service (Sars) commissioner Mark Kingon is faced with the grim task of restoring the revenue collectors’ credibility...

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