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Treasury seeking condonement for R769m irregular spend caused by 'lost memo'
Treasury seeking condonement for R769m irregular spend caused by 'lost memo'
National Treasury will seek a condonement in the 2018/19 financial year over the misplacement of a memo which caused the department to incur...
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....
Sars shortfall to blame for VAT hike – Treasury
Sars shortfall to blame for VAT hike – Treasury
Treasury would not have needed to increase value added tax (VAT) by one percentage point to 15% in April if not for the revenue shortfall at the...
Undeterred, Dlodlo forges ahead
Undeterred, Dlodlo forges ahead
The government will restructure the civil service despite objections from trade union federation Cosatu, says Public Service and Administration...
Collaboration necessary to resolve South African savings crisis
Collaboration necessary to resolve South African savings crisis
The Institute of Retirement Funds Africa (IRFA) has made a point of working with other stakeholders for the benefit of members of retirement funds...
Treasury has Myeni in its crosshairs
Treasury has Myeni in its crosshairs
The treasury, SAA’s sole shareholder, is determined to hold to account disgraced former board chairperson Dudu Myeni for allegedly masterminding...
Malema continues to support Shivambu on Momoniat matter
Malema continues to support Shivambu on Momoniat matter
EFF leader Julius Malema on Saturday reiterated his support for his chief whip, Floyd Shivambu, in the matter involving Treasury's deputy director-general, Ismail Momoniat....
Treasury: EFF doesn't grasp how parliament works
Treasury: EFF doesn't grasp how parliament works
National Treasury on Thursday accused the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) of displaying a "gross misunderstanding of parliamentary processes" after...
Treasury slams Sars for not providing info in Makwakwa probe
Treasury slams Sars for not providing info in Makwakwa probe
Treasury has criticised the South African Revenue Service for not providing sufficient information to investigators during a probe of former...
'Brazen theft' of public resources must be dealt with - Treasury DG
'Brazen theft' of public resources must be dealt with - Treasury DG
The culture of consequence management should be instilled in government and those implicated in corruption must know it cannot go unpunished,...
Cosatu ready for war over VAT hike
Cosatu ready for war over VAT hike
The public sector wage talks, the value-added tax (VAT) increase and the withdrawal of a motion to discuss the Reserve Bank in Parliament has set...
Gigaba gives markets the jitters
Gigaba gives markets the jitters
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