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Court ruling boosts Eskom power cut plan to collect fees

May 25 2017 20:29

Eskom says it feels vindicated after a court has dismissed applications by AfriForum and other businesses over the power utility’s scheduled electricity interruption.


SARB revises down growth on back of political tensions

May 25 2017 19:51

SARB governor Lesetja Kganyago says economic growth projections have been revised down due to political tensions which have sparked growth risks.


Gigaba: Ratings agencies fret over SOEs, policy uncertainty

May 24 2017 13:57

Ratings agencies' biggest concerns are state-owned firms, the ability to grow the economy and resolving policy uncertainty, says Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba.


Inflation drops in April

May 24 2017 10:13

April's consumer price index came down to 5.3% from 6.1% reported in March, says Statistics South Africa.


Investors seek clarity on ANC policies - research

May 24 2017 14:34

As the ANC prepares for its National Policy Conference in June, analysts say investors may have reservations over a few statements in the discussion documents.


Why Zuma keeps mum on Gordhan roadshow recall

May 22 2017 18:34

President Jacob Zuma says pending court cases prevent him from giving reasons why he recalled former finance minister Pravin Gordhan from an international roadshow.


Ramaphosa: SA must not be mafia state

May 21 2017 18:05

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says the ANC must prevent SA from becoming a “mafia state” and wants an inquiry into allegations of undue influence by private interests.


Tax resistance a legitimate show of unhappiness - expert

May 19 2017 10:45

Tax resistance has historically played a significant role in bringing down world orders, says Patricia Williams, tax dispute resolution expert at Bowmans.


Will Gigaba be brave enough to increase VAT, asks expert

May 18 2017 17:49

An increase in VAT of about 1% will result in an additional income for the South African government of about R20bn, explains a tax expert at PwC Africa.


Zuma risks showdown with own party in power play

May 18 2017 09:39

After months of attacks by opposition parties, unions and the courts, President Jacob Zuma now appears to be on a collision course with a more dangerous adversary: his own ruling ANC.

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Govt still on track for Karoo fracking - Zwane

May 17 2017 15:00

Government intends to pursue the exploration of shale gas, but will consult widely with communities and stakeholders when doing so, says Mines Minister Mosebenzi Zwane.


New acting Treasury head gives his take on economic transformation

May 16 2017 14:50

New acting Treasury director general Dondo Mogajane says inclusive growth is no different from radical economic transformation, and that it will be addressed in the 2017 budget.

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