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Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has taken steps towards curbing youth unemployment and assisting entrepreneurs in hiring staff, says...

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Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has filed a court application to set aside Public Protector Busiswe Mkhwebane's remedial action...

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More people are filing VAT refund claims, which reflects that people believe they will get their refunds back.

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A Wits student has walked off with R150 000 in his pocket, for writing an essay that tackled thorny problems Finance Minister Tito...

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While the fastest-growing area of spending is debt servicing costs, spend on community development, learning culture, social...

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Treasury has responded to criticisms that it is too optimistic in its economic growth forecasts.

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An economist has suggested if departments limit spend on their ministries to R4m - as Treasury does - it could save the fiscus R1bn.

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A Technical Operations and Maintenance Review Team for Eskom will be announced shortly, Cabinet said.

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Finance Minister Tito Mboweni announced no increases in income tax rates and the VAT rate will remain unchanged, but this does not...

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With taxpayers still having an annual R33 000 tax-free savings allowance post Budget 2019, Iain Anderson gives the low-down on why...

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From Eskom receiving billions in financial support to how sin tax will affect you, here are Fin24's top stories from Budget 2019.

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South Africa's road network is one of the pillars of our economy, and should have featured prominently in Budget 2019, says an...

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Raising taxes won't necessarily increase tax revenue, members of Parliament heard.

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If the fiscus continues on its current trajectory, the country will run out of money by 2042, members of Parliament have heard.

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Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has hinted that SA will need to adapt to the Fourth Industrial Revolution and that this will inform...

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In his Budget speech, Minister of Finance Tito Mboweni spoke directly to rating agencies to address some of their most important...

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The consensus among economists is that South Africa will hold onto its investment grade status for the time being. Derivatives...

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Budget 2019 seems to show an acceptance that taxation levels have reached a ceiling, says Melanie Milleskie, tax expert at Deloitte...

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Lack of investment in infrastructure that supports the agriculture sector could see it take the same route as Eskom, senior...

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Here is what we know so far about what the Eskom unbundling means.

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A "gambling levy", to mitigate the negative effects of excessive gambling, was again proposed in Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's...

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Budgets are, inevitably, political, not only because they decide how the people’s money is spent but because they are products of...

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While it is noble to ask companies to comply with BEE, government should focus on getting jobs created in the first place,...

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Energy Minister Jeff Radebe will on Sunday hold a briefing on Independent Power Producers, which have been thrust into the...

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