Had Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan raised VAT, he would probably have been fired.
Gordhan’s budget was disappointing and even a bit depressing, says Jaco Leuvennink.
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Judge Bernard Ngoepe, South Africa’s first Tax Ombud, has expressed concern over the political stability in South Africa and the ailing economy.
A renewed vigour from government, business, labour and civil society is needed to overcome SA's challenges, says Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe.
Former chair of the Commission of the African Union Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma has given a glimpse of her thoughts on the recent banking saga.
President agrees to intervene as the tumultuous rift between the Sars commissioner and the finance minister comes to a head.
The province offers many opportunities for entrepreneurs with great ideas, the IDC’s Kgampi Bapela tells Setumo Stone.
New study reveals major flaws in government’s redistribution programme
Various challenges facing the South Africa’s wine industry are causing the wine farmer numbers to shrink.
Born and brought up in the tiny town of Pniel in the Western Cape, Denise Stubbs never imagined that she would one day be running a highly successful, black-owned wine and hospitality brand.
President Jacob Zuma says 2017 is the year of “taking land back to the people” and the state wants to change legislation to allow for land expropriation without compensation.
Letters between Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and South African Revenue Service commissioner Tom Moyane indicate an acrimonious relationship, according to the Mail & Guardian.
SA stocks have returned an average 7.2%, more than 2 percentage points above the global average and the most among 23 nations, according to data going back 117 years.
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Fake news is just another strand of propaganda. An expert shows how to combat it.
Obama’s farewell speeches present a cautionary tale of how South Africa could be going.
Here's a guide on how life cover works and where disability and dread disease insurance fit in.
Waking up early can boost personal productivity. Here are some tips to tackle those early starts.
A growing crisis in SA's education sector could portend a grim future for the country.
There may be others who have not yet been identified, have a lot to lose and need to hide.
Market sentiment may be driven by politicians and not central banks' monetary policies.
The government does not understand why everybody is picking on its agreement with Russia to possibly supply the country with nuclear power infrastructure, a high court has heard.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan holds shares, from as little as R200 to R200 000, in a wide range of listed companies, he declared to parliament’s ethics committee.
Israel's official Holocaust memorial has asked Amazon to stop selling literature on its site that denies the genocide of 6 million Jews during World War II.
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