21 Feb 2018
Supplementary Budget 2020
All you need to know about #Budget2018 - AS IT HAPPENED
WATCH: Students react to tax and sin tax hikes
What do students think about the VAT increase and steeper prices for alcohol and cigarettes? Ntaoleng Lechela spoke to a few of them to...
Court finds Gigaba lied under oath
The North Gauteng High Court has ruled that Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba lied under oath during his tenure as home affairs minister in...
Sugary drinks tax a go, plastic bag levy up
South Africans will be paying more for sugary drinks from April 1 this year, with the new tax expected to contribute R1.9bn in additional...
Rand cheers Gigaba's 'tough but hopeful budget'
The rand firmed almost 1% after Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba delivered what he called "a tough but hopeful budget".
WATCH: BBC chair: Very good start by Gigaba
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has raised important issues about state-owned enerprises - the governance of which ratings agencies are...
WATCH: Mkhize praises positive Budget 2018
Budget 2018 initiatives to stimulate industrialisation in various sectors of the economy is a welcome issue, says Zweli Mkhize, former...
WATCH: Gwede Mantashe says it's a balanced budget
Economic growth prospects are better and Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has made the right choices about where to spend the money, says...
Cosatu rejects budget as anti-poor
Cosatu has criticised Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s annual budget, saying plans to raise VAT and curb expenditure in a bid to contain...
WATCH: Maimane calls VAT increase 'Zuma Tax'
DA leader Mmusi Maimane referred to a 1 percentage point increase in VAT, proposed by Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba during his budget...
WATCH: Pain for consumers is 'needed' - analyst
Budget 2018 brings a complete redirection with clever introductions of stability on how one thinks of the economy and reforms that need...
WATCH: 'Fiscal pressure remains' - analyst
South Africa is experiencing persistently improved, but still low growth, as the fiscal pressures remains, says Raenette Taljaard,...
Higher VAT will increase inequality - Wits research unit
The hike in VAT as part of Budget 2018 poses the risk of exacerbating poverty and increasing inequality, warns a Wits research unit.
WATCH: Increased tax on cigarettes not the answer - BAT expert
An increase in sin taxes - for instance on cigarettes - does not automatically translate to increased revenue for Treasury - mainly due...
Anything but a 'Robin Hood' budget - Ndungane
The 2018 budget is an example of robbing the poor to buttress the rich and is anything but a “Robin Hood” budget, according to Anglican...
WATCH: SA Twitter reacts to #BudgetSpeech2018
A compilation of some of the best reaction tweets to Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba's maiden Budget Speech on Wednesday
Motorists hit hard by double digit tax increases
Motorists will have to fork out more when filling up their petrol tanks owing to increases in both the fuel and Road Accident Fund levies.
WATCH: We see a general encroachment of 'wealth tax' - Sovereign Trust
For all amounts over R3.5, there's going to be an estate duty of 12.20% up to a value of R30m. Tim Mertens, Chairperson on Sovereigh...
Did NHI receive enough funds to keep going?
Did South Africa’s National Health Insurance (NHI) receive enough of a fund injection to be implemented any time soon?
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