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Ntsebeza inquiry is not a disciplinary process

Feb 19 2018 22:00

The Ntsebeza inquiry is not a disciplinary hearing, but a process to determine whether members of SAICA contravened the institute's code of conduct, says its chairperson .


Top 5 on Fin24: SARS to comply with tax inquiry, Zuma R50.8bn budget hole leaves SA in quandary

Feb 19 2018 17:44

A roundup of Monday's top economic and finance reads on Fin24.


Madonsela: Has Ramaphosa provided policy resonance?

Feb 19 2018 17:43

In his State of the Nation Address President Cyril Ramaphosa has provided policy certainty, but has he provided policy resonance, asks former public protector Thuli Madonsela.


SARS to cooperate with Ramaphosa's tax inquiry

Feb 19 2018 13:38

The South African Revenue Service says it will cooperate with an inquiry into its administration and governance, announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa during his State of the Nation Address.


Auditor general soon to get greater powers to fight wasteful spend

Feb 19 2018 13:09

The auditor general should get “more teeth” to deal decisively with those wasting taxpayer money, according to ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu.


Mining Charter court bid put on hold as Ramaphosa steps in

Feb 18 2018 18:01

The Chamber of Mines and the Presidency have both said an upcoming court case to review the controversial Mining Charter will be put on ice in order to give negotiations a chance.

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