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WATCH: South Africa’s 2017 budget speech

Finance minister Pravin Gordhan's 2017 budget speech promises to steer South Africa clear of the rocks. Find out just how he will do that...
Pravin Gordhan

Send your Budget 2017 tips to Gordhan

As Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan prepares to table the country’s annual Budget in Parliament tomorrow, 22 February, ordinary citizens have been asked to share...
South African economy

South Africa: economy overview

Abundant resources, an advanced industrial sector, robust financial systems, a progressive legal framework - and the gateway to other African markets.
South Africa names Brics bankers

South Africa names Brics bankers

Tito Mboweni will be the non-executive director of the board of governors of the Brics New Development Bank, which will be open for business by the end of the year. Leslie Maasdorp has been nominated as vice-president of the bank, which will have its headquarters in Shanghai.

Asidi celebrates 100th school in Free State

The 100th school has been delivered under the government's Accelerated School Infrastructure Delivery Initiative with the completion of Dorrington Matsepe Primary School in Kroonstad. The schools all have specialist classrooms and much-needed facilities.

Live Twitter chat with Dr Iraj Abedian on South Africa’s 2015 Budget

Brand South Africa will host a live Twitter chat with economist Dr Iraj Abedian, founder and chief executive of Pan-African Capital Holdings, to explore the implications of South Africa's 2015 national Budget for both investors and citizens.

Minister Nene

Budget 2015: South Africa raises income tax

The tax rate will increase by 1 percentage point for all South Africans - except the lowest earners, Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene said in his first Budget speech on Wednesday, which aims to stabilise government debt and rebalance fiscal policy.
Showcasing SA's climate response

Carbon offset scheme for SA firms: call for comment

The National Treasury has called for public comment on a set of proposals for a carbon offset scheme aimed at enabling South African businesses to lower their carbon tax liability and make investments to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Anti-corruption hotline makes its mark

Anti-corruption hotline makes its mark

The South African government has recovered R330-million, and dismissed 1 600 public servants, following tip-offs received via the National Anti-Corruption Hotline since its establishment in September 2004, President Jacob Zuma said on Tuesday.
Treasury welcomes banking report

‘Promote SA as Africa financial gateway’

Promoting South Africa as a financial centre and investment "gateway" for the continent is imperative if the country is to benefit fully from the growing global investor interest in Africa, according to the National Treasury and the country's banks.


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