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Gordhan lays out state's case against suspended SARS boss
Gordhan lays out state's case against suspended SARS boss
Public Enterprise Minister Pravin Gordhan has laid out the state's case against suspended Sars commissioner Tom Moyane in a 69-page affidavit.
Collars and ties mask the real white monopoly capitalism
Collars and ties mask the real white monopoly capitalism
Last week a conceptual barrier was broken at the University of the Witwatersrand’s Great Hall: two leading critics of KPMG’s enabling role in...
More flawed Metrobus tenders found
More flawed Metrobus tenders found
Internal audit reports reveal more irregular Metrobus procurement dealings — flawed tender awards that go against the government’s...
Fat-cat bosses need to slim down
Fat-cat bosses need to slim down
Rules to curb chief executives’ income in the United Kingdom appear to be working, which raises the question: Should South Africa start regulating how top corporate leaders get paid?...
Mixed reactions to 2015 budget
Mixed reactions to 2015 budget
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene's 2015/16 budget contained mixed messages for individual taxpayers, PwC said on Wednesday.
PwC announces conditional merger with consultancy group
PwC announces conditional merger with consultancy group
PricewaterhouseCoopers has announced that it has signed a conditional merger with corporate consultancy group with Booz & Co as part of a move...
Hunt still on for audit firm director’s killers
Hunt still on for audit firm director’s killers
Police are still searching for four men in connection with the murder of a forensic services director shot dead at his auditing firm's offices...
Mining firms braced for leaner future
Mining firms braced for leaner future
South African mining companies appear to be holding their own against international competitors, but perceptions can be deceptive and the challenge...
Emissions set to exceed tipping point
Emissions set to exceed tipping point
The shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy has been too slow to keep global temperature increases within the threshold needed to avert serious...
SA banks worried about costs of economic crime
SA banks worried about costs of economic crime
South Africa's banking executives are highly concerned about costs of fighting fraud and economic crime but less so about liquidity and political...
Media need to grow reach
Media need to grow reach
The world is going digital and as it does it is dragging the media and entertainment sectors with it, whether they are prepared for it or not.
Huge prospects, much protest
Huge prospects, much protest
South Africa has such large shale-gas reserves that they could neutralise the balance of payments deficit.

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