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Maarten Ackerman
3 key post-election investor questions for RamaphosaArticle

With elections now a thing of the past, investors' focus will shift to President Cyril Ramaphosa's ability and political will in addressing issues of concern...

Maarten Ackerman 14 May 2019

The biggest threat to SA's economy, business and supply chains
The biggest threat to SA's economy, business and supply chainsArticle

While South Africa's power crisis is reportedly costing the country up to R80bn a month, it is not load shedding itself that is currently the biggest threat...

3 Apr 2019

Image source: Getty/Gallo
RAF's direct solicitation is bad news for claimantsArticle

The Road Accident Fund (RAF) solicits claimants to deal with them directly without legal representation and then takes advantage of these unrepresented direct claimants...

3 Apr 2019

Sars tax collection falls short by R14.6bn
Sars tax collection falls short by R14.6bnArticle

The South African Revenue Services (Sars) has collected an amount of R1.28trn for the 2018/19 financial year, a R14.6bn deficit from the R1.3trn targeted in the 2019 Budget estimate...

2 Apr 2019

Moody's blues could hit SA
Moody's blues could hit SAArticle

Moody's Investor Service is the the only credit rating agency yet to downgrade the country to junk status. But whether this will happen today is anyone's guess...

29 Mar 2019

A barman using candle light as another rolling blackout affects large parts of South Africa’s biggest city, Johannesburg. Epa/Kim Ludbrook
Why restructuring South Africa's power utility won't end the blackoutsArticle

Recent poweer cuts and the announcement that South Africa's power utility Eskom will be receiving R23bn a year in government support for the foreseeable future are symptomatic of operational and financial crises at the utility...

29 Mar 2019

Edward , new Sars commissioner
Edward Kieswetter named new Sars commissionerArticle

President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that former SA Revenue Service (Sars) deputy commissioner Edward Kieswetter has been appointed as the new commissioner for Sars...

28 Mar 2019

Construction mafia derailing projects worth billions
Construction mafia derailing projects worth billionsArticle

Yunus Bayat, a member of the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors (ASAQS), has called on the National Prosecuting Authority and local police services to intervene in what he describes as construction mafia and gang-related activities on construction project sites...

25 Mar 2019

Make an impact on SA's financial landscape with Damelin Correspondence College
Make an impact on SA's financial landscape with Damelin Correspondence CollegeArticle

One of the most prominent upcoming sectors that will aid economic improvement, is finance. It is widely recognised as the driving force behind a successful economy...

Issued by Damelin Correspondence College 19 Mar 2019

Mark Kingon, acting Sars commissioner
Kingon reappointed as acting Sars commissionerArticle

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has reappointed Mark Kingon as acting South African Revenue Service (Sars) commmissioner for a further period of 90 days....

14 Mar 2019

Futureproofing your travel for 2019
Futureproofing your travel for 2019Article

When the Finance Minister chooses an Aloe Ferox - that bitter, hardy and spiky indigenous species best known for its resilience in extreme climates - as a metaphor for the country's budget, you know you're in for a rather prickly year...

Andrew Stark 11 Mar 2019

Minister of finance, Tito Mboweni delivering his budget speech for 2019. © .
#Budget2019: The aloe in the roomArticle

Mathe Okaba, CEO of the ACA, looks at the 2019 Budget and what the communication and advertising sector can learn from it...

Mathe Okaba 5 Mar 2019

Dondo Mogajane, National Treasury director general
Finance minister seeks review of public protector report against DGArticle

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has filed papers seeking the review and setting aside of the public protector's findings and remedial action against National Treasury Director-General, Dondo Mogajane...

4 Mar 2019

The future of SMME's
The future of SMME'sArticle

Small, Medium and Micro-sized Enterprises (SMMEs) are earmarked as the future of the economy, representing about 40% of all business in South Africa...

1 Mar 2019

Brave Group and Momentum collaborate to bring #Budget2019 to the man on the street
Brave Group and Momentum collaborate to bring #Budget2019 to the man on the streetArticle

Brave Group offered the public some solutions from Momentum to help respond to challenges posed by the Budget. How was this executed? A real-time electronic billboard display...

Issued by The Brave Group 28 Feb 2019

Budget 2019: What it means for the property industry
Budget 2019: What it means for the property industryArticle

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni made his debut National Budget speech in Parliament. Here's what the property experts say about what this means for real estate, South Africa and you...

Issued by Private Property South Africa 28 Feb 2019

Ratings and post budget speech outlook
Ratings and post budget speech outlookArticle

Since Finance Minister Tito Mboweni presented the budget speech last Wednesday, media commentary has focused on several dimensions of the public response to priorities outlined therein...

Issued by Brand South Africa 26 Feb 2019

Will the new RABS Bill be catastrophic for SA?
Will the new RABS Bill be catastrophic for SA?Article

The ANC last week placed the RABS Bill back on the Order Paper in the National Assembly and in all probability will seek to pass the Bill this week...

25 Feb 2019

Papering over the cracks
Papering over the cracksArticle

This was always going to be one of South Africa's toughest budgets with enormous pressure on government resources in an extremely difficult economic environment...

22 Feb 2019

#BudgetSpeech2019, a budget for the future
#BudgetSpeech2019, a budget for the futureArticle

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's National Budget Speech was predictably conservative - as one might expect within an election year...

Adrian Goslett 22 Feb 2019

South Africa’s Finance Minister Tito Mboweni preparing to deliver the budget. EPA-EFE/Elmond Jiyane
South Africa's budget was missing ideas from the left. Why this isn't a good thingArticle

This year's South African budget gave allies of the market as much as they could expect - and labour and the left about as much as they currently deserve...

Steven Friedman 22 Feb 2019

Keeping South Africa’s lights on will come at a cost. Shutterstock
South Africa takes important next steps to solving its power crisisArticle

In his maiden budget speech, South Africa's Finance Minister Tito Mboweni, confirmed the depth of the financial crisis at South Africa's power utility Eskom...

Catrina Godinho & Lauren Hermanus 22 Feb 2019

Response to the 2019 Budget Speech
Response to the 2019 Budget SpeechArticle

Similar to the 2018 Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) this budget was very closely watched with many hoping for clarity on the future direction...

Nico Esterhuizen (FCCA), Issued by ACCA 21 Feb 2019

Government's fiscal rescue plan under the spotlight at a Pre-Budget Roundtable
Government's fiscal rescue plan under the spotlight at a Pre-Budget RoundtableArticle

Some of SA's foremost analytical minds in politics and economics sparked robust debate at the Regent Business School Pre-Budget Roundtable when they shared their insights, forecasts and perceptions on Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's looming Budget Speech...

Issued by Regent Business School 21 Feb 2019

Photo: David Harrison
#BudgetSpeech2019: Will it lead to more doctors being sued for negligence?Article

Legal claims against the department now amount to more than half of some provincial health budgets. Less money now will only mean more claims later...

Daniel McLaren 21 Feb 2019

#BudgetSpeech2019: How govt plans to curb medico-legal claims
#BudgetSpeech2019: How govt plans to curb medico-legal claimsArticle

Government has announced a series of interventions in an effort to curb the rise of medical negligence claims against the State...

21 Feb 2019

#BudgetSpeech2019: What it means for the real estate sector
#BudgetSpeech2019: What it means for the real estate sectorArticle

Calling for sowing seeds of renewal and growth, finance minister Tito Mboweni noted with great emphasis during his maiden Budget Speech the need for pruning and plucking at the rot that has attacked the country's green shoots...

Mike Greeff 21 Feb 2019

#BudgetSpeech2019: Agbiz welcomes change of tone on agricultural development
#BudgetSpeech2019: Agbiz welcomes change of tone on agricultural developmentArticle

Agbiz has welcomed the frank assessment by finance minister Tito Mboweni during his maiden Budget Speech, as well as the recognition that economic growth is fundamental to fiscal sustainability...

21 Feb 2019

#BudgetSpeech2019: No quick fix for SA's Budget, but there's some hope
#BudgetSpeech2019: No quick fix for SA's Budget, but there's some hopeArticle

In what was arguably one of the most closely watched National Budget speeches in recent years, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni outlined government's plan to boost growth...

Dr Andrew Golding 21 Feb 2019

#BudgetSpeech2019: Fuel levies up, focus on improving non-toll roads
#BudgetSpeech2019: Fuel levies up, focus on improving non-toll roadsArticle

During the 2019 Budget Speech, it was announced there will be an increase to fuel levies and that the South African National Roads Agency is allocated an additional R3.5bn over the next three years to improve non-toll roads...

20 Feb 2019

#BudgetSpeech2019: Focus to get SA technology-ready
#BudgetSpeech2019: Focus to get SA technology-readyArticle

South African finance minister Tito Mboweni, during the 2019 Budget Speech, says budget spending has to focus on getting the country ready for technology...

20 Feb 2019

#BudgetSpeech2019: Boost housing provision to create jobs
#BudgetSpeech2019: Boost housing provision to create jobsArticle

It is obviously going to be very difficult for Finance Minister Tito Mboweni and his team to find any leeway in the Budget to allow for tax cuts, but there should be room for a focus on measures to promote infrastructure and housing development...

Rudi Botha 20 Feb 2019

Craig Pheiffer, chief investment strategist at Absa Stockbrokers and Portfolio Management
#BudgetSpeech2019: Hoping for a great escapeArticle

Legendary escapologist Harry Houdini began his career escaping from handcuffs but later went on to dazzle audiences with escapes from large milk cans, his specially designed Chinese water torture cell and buried caskets...

Craig Pheiffer 18 Feb 2019

#BudgetSpeech2019: What should franchise businesses look out for?
#BudgetSpeech2019: What should franchise businesses look out for?Article

Franchise business owners are waiting with bated breath for the outcome of the 2019 National Budget Speech, as they seek more opportunities to increase their contribution to GDP...

18 Feb 2019

Madelein Grobler, project director: tax at Saica
#BudgetSpeech2019: Tips for TitoArticle

Being an election year, there'll be a second State of the Nation Address (Sona) in June for the new government to present its plan of action for the 2020 financial year...

13 Feb 2019

Mboweni's Budget must source maximum revenue, restore confidence
Mboweni's Budget must source maximum revenue, restore confidenceArticle

With the National Budget Speech looming on 20 February 2019, the general consensus appears to be that Finance Minister Tito Mboweni is on a tightrope of sorts...

Dr Andrew Golding 12 Feb 2019

Dr Binganidzo Muchara
Will the Budget Speech keep the promises of Sona?Article

President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation Address (Sona) theme was "Following up on our commitments. Making your Future Work Better."...

Binganidzo Muchara 11 Feb 2019

Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni. Photo:IFP
What will the budget hold in store for us?Article

As always, the annual Budget Speech carries trepidation and optimism for taxpayers in equal quantities...

Nicci Botha 1 Feb 2019

South Africa’s Finance Minister Tito Mboweni (centre) arrives to deliver the mid-term budget statement to Parliament. EPA-EFE/Nic Bothma
South Africa needs a radical rethink about how it runs its economyArticle

Since South Africa adopted an inflation targeting policy regime, there have been growing concerns that its Reserve Bank is being rigid with its sole focus on price stability -- inflation control...

Matthew Kofi Ocran 29 Jan 2019

Mboweni hosts second colloquium on SA economy
Mboweni hosts second colloquium on SA economyArticle

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni says the second colloquium on the South African economy is a classic example of how the state, academia, private sector and other sectors of society can collaborate to achieve higher and more inclusive growth...

22 Jan 2019

Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni
Treasury holds colloquium in efforts to boost economyArticle

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has today convened a colloquium looking at interventions to grow the South African economy...

21 Dec 2018

Mark Kingon, acting Sars commissioner
Acting Sars commissioner appointment extendedArticle

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has reappointed Mark Kingon as acting commissioner of the South African Revenue Service (Sars) for a further 90 days, beginning on December 13....

18 Dec 2018

Will the 2018 festive season deliver for SA retail?
Will the 2018 festive season deliver for SA retail?Article

Retailers, brands and shopping centres across South Africa are gearing up to make the most of 2018's festive season...

12 Dec 2018

President to proclaim National Minimum Wage date
President to proclaim National Minimum Wage dateArticle

President Cyril Ramaphosa will on Friday proclaim the effective date for the National Minimum Wage at a ceremony with stakeholders in Kliptown, Soweto...

6 Dec 2018

SAA appears to be in a tail spin. EPA/Udo Weitz
South African taxpayers can't keep bailing out broken airlineArticle

R21 billion: that's how much South Africa's beleaguered national carrier, South African Airways (SAA), says it needs to keep running.

Jannie Rossouw 29 Nov 2018

Mboweni tables Carbon Tax Bill
Mboweni tables Carbon Tax BillArticle

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has tabled the Carbon Tax Bill in Parliament, giving effect to the announcements made in the 2017 and 2018 Budget statements...

22 Nov 2018

Tandisizwe Mahlutshana, PPS Investments' marketing executive
Sustainable economic growth needs timeArticle

Several economic indicators in South Africa are in the red, headlined by the record-high fuel price breaching R17 per litre. Many South Africans are asking: "when will this end?"

Tandisizwe Mahlutshana 20 Nov 2018

Parliament approves Division of Revenue Amendment Bill
Parliament approves Division of Revenue Amendment BillArticle

The National Assembly on Tuesday approved the Division of Revenue Amendment Bill, which will adjust the equitable share among the three spheres of government...

15 Nov 2018

Debt-ridden African countries return to the IMF fold
Debt-ridden African countries return to the IMF foldArticle

There are a number of sub-Saharan African countries where the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned debt servicing costs were becoming a burden, especially in oil-producing countries...

Akani Chauke 12 Nov 2018

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