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​PPS reports solid operating performance despite tough market conditions
​PPS reports solid operating performance despite tough market conditions
Professional Provident Society (PPS), the financial services company focused solely on solutions for graduate professionals — and the only...
Gigaba gives markets the jitters
Gigaba gives markets the jitters
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SA is combatting a 'scourge' of illicit financial flows
SA is combatting a 'scourge' of illicit financial flows
South Africa has signed a number of multilateral agreements to combat illicit financial flows, including information exchange controls to make it...
Brics is not all it’s cracked up to be
Brics is not all it’s cracked up to be
When President Jacob Zuma launched the African regional centre of the New Development Bank (NDB) in Sandton on Thursday morning — nearly 18...
Gauteng’s good news amid tragedy
Gauteng’s good news amid tragedy
Even as the deaths of 100 psychiatric patients continue to haunt Gauteng’s government, the province’s financial achievements over the past year...
'Guptas offered me Finance Minister position' - Mcebisi Jonas
'Guptas offered me Finance Minister position' - Mcebisi Jonas
Deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas has confirmed that members of the Gupta family did offer him the job of finance minister.
The Brics give in to Western junkies' fix
The Brics give in to Western junkies' fix
Contrary to rumour, the Brics (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) alliance meeting in Fortaleza in Brazil confirmed it would avoid a...
Changing the face of Johannesburg
Changing the face of Johannesburg
At his budget speech in May, Geoffrey Makhubo, member of the mayoral committee for finance of the City of Johannesburg, announced a budget that...
[Video]Pravin Gordhan talks corruption
[Video]Pravin Gordhan talks corruption
The M&G speaks to Minister Pravin Gordhan about government corruption and whether he thinks it could be eradicated.
'No easy walk to wealth': Dept warns against fraudsters
'No easy walk to wealth': Dept warns against fraudsters
Fake letters and e-mails appearing to be from government are being used to con South Africans, the department of finance said on Saturday.

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