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Budget 2017: The wealthy will pay more

Feb 23 2017 12:14

A new tax bracket for high-income earners and higher dividends tax were some of the answers finance minister Pravin Gordhan had to finding a R28bn shortfall in tax revenue.

2 March 2017 issue
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