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Budget Watch Was it a Zuma, or Ramaphosa Budget?
Would the national budget, introduced on Wednesday, have been substantially different if Mr. Jacob Zuma was still the president of South Africa? The answer to this question is
22 Feb 2018 - I. B. T.
Land Reform Watch Is expropriation really needed for land reform?
If not managed properly Cyril Ramaphosa’s promises of “land expropriation without compensation” could become South Africa’s biggest constitutional crisis
22 Feb 2018 - P. C.
Budget Watch Though budget sure to trigger a polarising debate
Minister of Finance, Malusi Gigaba said his upcoming budget involved tough decisions to stabilise the country's debt and the country will experience some pain as a
30 Jan 2018 - I. B. T.
Economic Watch
Prudence teaches that societies experiencing difficult and uncertain times should hope for the best but prepare for the worst. South Africa should take this lesson seriously. It
03 Dec 2017
Economic Watch Gigaba opens way, will economic change follow?
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba opened the way for real economic change, but will the opportunity really be utilized? Wittingly or unwittingly, the Minister’s medium term
29 Oct 2017 - S. F.
Corruption Watch Business must also overturn an ethical deficit
Not only the public sector needs to get its house in order. The private sector also needs to restore its integrity and to fight corruption and bad practices. This is the opinion
22 Oct 2017
Budget Watch Medium Term Budget statement due for scrutiny
It will be his first, but one of the most closely scrutinised ever medium-term budget and policy statements (MTBPS) in history, when Malusi Gigaba takes the floor in Parliament on
02 Oct 2017 - I. B. T.
Economic Watch Predicted Tax Freedom Day after national budget 2017
Tax Freedom Day, this year, will be on 23 May – two days later than last year. For taxpayers, this year is the worst ever, and the next two years are projected to be even
03 Mar 2017 - G. Z.
Economic Watch Gordhan’s growth estimates best served with a pinch of salt
Come budget time, government habitually overestimates growth. That throws out budgeting forecasts and would help explain the R30.4 billion shortfall in revenue collection last
27 Feb 2017 - C. R.
Tax Watch South Africa needs to do more to plug its deficit than target the rich
Faced with a growing deficit, depressed revenue generators and a limited tax pool, South Africa’s finance minister, Pravin Gordhan, once again focused the tax increases on
26 Feb 2017 - t. L.

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