ARTICLES RELATING TO GOVERNMENT

Radebe: Govt will continue to fund municipalities

2016-08-22 11:22

The government will continue to fund municipalities which are no longer under the rule of the governing party so that they can maintain infrastructure, says Minister Jeff Radebe.

SA govt sued to protect R129bn in grant payments

2016-08-10 16:06

Government is facing a counter legal challenge in a dispute with Net 1 UEPS Technologies with a rights group demanding that it protect welfare recipients.

Which automaker sold the most cars to the govt so far this year?

2016-08-02 16:13

With the 2016 local government elections upon us, we find out which automaker sold the most cars to the government so far this year.

SA economy: It's not all doom and gloom

2016-07-21 11:33

Despite South Africans’ tendency to focus on the negative, the local economy still has some positive aspects, says Prof. André Roux, director of the Institute for Futures Research at USB.

Gupta push for Jimmy Manyi as minerals DG - report

2016-06-27 14:23

The outspoken Mzwanele (Jimmy) Manyi is, at the behest of the Gupta family, a strong candidate to become director general of mineral resources.

Tackling unemployment in SA

2016-06-10 06:00

South Africa needs to focus on developing technical skills and become competitive at attracting investments that utilise unskilled labour.

Treasury would do better without 'noise' surrounding Gordhan - director general

2016-05-27 19:05

We should make sure that our discourse does not undermine our ability to attract investment, National Treasury Director General Lungisa Fuzile has told News24.

Masutha: Gordhan did not order me to do anything

2016-05-21 22:20

Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha has denied that Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan “ordered” him to cancel a controversial multi-million rand prisons tender awarded to an ANC benefactor.

Independent financial advice is critical for employees

2016-05-12 11:12

The confusion over the upcoming reform of retirement fund regulations clearly shows that there is a critical need for financial education and advice.

Sins have a way of catching up... Even for Zuma

2016-04-07 14:30

While President Jacob Zuma does not crush detractors like former Indonesian president (and dictator) Mohamed Suharto did, corruption and cronyism are hallmarks of both their regimes.

 

More women in govt, but far from gender equality - survey

2016-08-11 13:56

Africa has more women in parliament than the global average, but representation rates still need to double for the continent to achieve gender equality, a report shows.

Women's Day: Building institutions from the 90s to today

2016-08-09 07:58

From helping establish pillars for SA's new democracy, Dr Yvonne Muthien is now using her academic expertise to build state institutions and guide business decisions.

PICS: Critics won't bring down the CEO Sleepout, says Makhura

2016-07-29 09:27

Despite criticisms that the CEO Sleepout is not a true reflection of the plight of the homeless, participants say it is raises awareness and funding for social change.

Controversy surrounds tender for SA’s fastest supercomputer

2016-07-05 12:40

South Africa unveiled Africa’s fastest supercomputer last month but the tender for the project has come under the spotlight amid allegations of attempted 'undue influence'.

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Following the ANC's announcement of its mayoral candidates, News24 reviews the eight metros in South Africa.

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Govt’s Telkom stake not for sale, says Cwele

2016-06-07 10:26

Telkom’s growing share price justifies why government shouldn’t sell its stake in the company, says Telecommunications and Postal Services Minister Siyabonga Cwele.

How S&P is making its assessment of SA's credit rating

2016-05-27 09:36

Standard & Poor’s will announce its decision on South Africa’s credit rating on 3 June. Nazmeera Moola and Peter Kent, co-heads of fixed income at Investec, unpack the criteria the rating agency will be using to assess SA.

EXCLUSIVE: Gordhan orders Masutha to cancel R378m IT tender

2016-05-20 15:46

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has told Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha to cancel a controversial multi-million rand prisons tender awarded to an ANC benefactor.

Is our financial sector too big?

2016-05-10 13:56

Contrary to what one might believe, it might not be beneficial for a country to have an overly large financial sector. We take a look at the negative effects this can have on an economy.

African governments aren't taxing the rich

2016-04-04 11:34

Rhiannon McCluskey, researcher at the International Centre for Tax and Development, looks at why African governments should tax the wealthy. This article originally appeared in The Conversation Africa.

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