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Take Eskom’s bitter pill and pay up
Take Eskom’s bitter pill and pay up
Eskom is forecasting a pre-tax loss of R15-billion for the year ending March 2019 and it is consumers and taxpayers who will have to help dig it...
SAA needs R3.5 billion by March, says interim CFO
SAA needs R3.5 billion by March, says interim CFO
The interim chief financial officer of SAA,...
‘Van Rooyen did not know his advisers’ — treasury DG
‘Van Rooyen did not know his advisers’ — treasury DG
Des van Rooyen did not know the two advisers he brought with him to treasury after he was appointed finance minister in 2015, the commission of...
Floyd Shivambu demands apology
Floyd Shivambu demands apology
EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu on Thursday afternoon demanded an apology from the chair of the Standing Committee of Finance, Yunus Carrim....
LISTEN: What exactly did Shivambu say about Momoniat?
LISTEN: What exactly did Shivambu say about Momoniat?
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) deputy president Floyd Shivambu has found himself at the centre of intense debate with regards to comments he...
SA Express suspends operations over ‘serious safety risks’ from today
SA Express suspends operations over ‘serious safety risks’ from today
The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) said on Thursday that it has suspended South African Express’s operating permits - effectively...
Fighting graft is not only lip service, says Nhlanhla Nene
Fighting graft is not only lip service, says Nhlanhla Nene
National Treasury is not “paying lip service” when it comes to the fight against corruption, said Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene.
Coovadia on VBS curatorship: SA cannot afford a bank collapse
Coovadia on VBS curatorship: SA cannot afford a bank collapse
South Africa cannot afford a bank collapse while it is on the path of inclusive economic recovery, according to Banking Association of South Africa...
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...
Budget must set the tone for SOE overhaul
Budget must set the tone for SOE overhaul
Embattled state-owned enterprises like Eskom pose the greatest threat to the South African economy and must be dealt with decisively in the 2018...
The Budget will test Cyril’s mettle
The Budget will test Cyril’s mettle
As the dust settles after almost two weeks of uncertainty regarding the fate of Jacob Zuma, President Cyril Ramaphosa must face the unfinished...
Guptas want Gordhan to pay personal costs for 'political manoeuvring' in court
Guptas want Gordhan to pay personal costs for 'political manoeuvring' in court
Gupta-owned company Sahara Holdings has filed papers at the Pretoria High Court on Monday seeking an order that Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan...

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