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Minister of Finance Nhlanhla Nene’s appointment as chairman of New Development Bank

Brand South Africa congratulates Minister of Finance Nhlanhla Nene on his appointment as Chairman of the Board of Governors of the New Development Bank Johannesburg,...
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Full text: South Africa’s 2018 budget speech

Honourable Speaker Mister President, Cabinet Colleagues and Deputy Ministers Governor of the Reserve Bank, MECs of Finance Fellow South Africans. Ndi masiari Sanibonani Molweni Goeie...

Team SA optimistic ahead of WEF Davos

Team South Africa is heading to the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos in an upbeat mood. Believing that the political and economic...

WATCH: “Let’s put people before profits” – Gigaba

Speaking at Brand South Africa’s Thought Leadership Breakfast at the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa, finance minister, Malusi Gigaba, called on business to...

Full text: South Africa’s 2017 budget speech

South Africa's finance minister, Pravin Gordhan, presented what many believe to be a tough budget. At the same time he calls on all South...
South Africa reassures investors

South Africa reassures investors

South Africa's minister of finance, Pravin Gordhan, and representatives of the Reserve Bank, business and labour embarked on an international roadshow last week to pass on a single message to investors: the country is stable and has healthy economy, able to overcome challenges.

Budget 2016: in numbers

Finance minister Pravin Gordhan called on all South Africans to be resilient, committed and resourceful in his 2016 budget speech. Guided by the National Development Plan, Gordhan is prioritising education, infrastructure development and job creation this year. We look at some of the figures making up the 2016 Budget.

South Africa names Pravin Gordhan finance minister

The Presidency has announced that Pravin Gordhan, the previous minister of co-operative governance and traditional affairs, is to take up the position of minister of finance. He held the same position from 2009 to 2014, and now replaces David van Rooyen.

South Africa’s medium-term budget 2015 in numbers

Finance Minister Nhalnhla Nene said government's reduction in spending since 2013 is starting to bear fruit with less money going to consultants and caterers. It has freed up funds that is now being allocated to more important areas such as basic education and health. Here are the numbers that show government is spending in the right places.

MTBPS 2015: Nene 'cost cutting reduces government consumption'

MTBPS 2015: Nene ‘cost cutting reduces government consumption’

Finance Minister Nene says cost containment measures implemented in 2013 have led to a drop in state consumption, and the Treasury has proposed a rise in spending in the long term to sustain debt levels in rough economic times, including a R200-million investment in energy.

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