Personal income tax in Pravin Gordhan’s cross hairs, says Dennis Davis

Political climate makes VAT untouchable, while the finance minister cannot ‘fiddle around with corporate taxes’, warns Davis Tax Committee head

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International tourism to SA leaps more than 10% in 2016

Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom says SA has capitalised the country’s status as a value-for-money destination, offering experiences for all tourist markets

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Tradehold acquires Colins Group

The sale of Colins Group’s South African property portfolio to Christo Wiese’s Tradehold makes the family business a wholly owned subsidiary

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Murray and Roberts swaps JSE sectors as it quits civils and building

With the disposal of its building and infrastructure businesses, Murray & Roberts is moving into the JSE’s general industrials sector

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Acquisitions help Super Group post solid results

Super Group's results were boosted by revenues from German, Australian and UK acquisitions

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The rigging of the rand — how they did it

It has emerged that a number of the traders identified in the Competition Commission currency-rigging complaint are not new to this

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Nehawu plans five marches on budget day to highlight issues such as outsourcing

Nehawu and the Democratic Nursing Organisation of SA will march to the offices of the Department of Health and the South African Nursing Council in Tshwane

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EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: EFF goes for coalition power sharing

Afriforum is getting involved with a registered Nkandla school that does not exist; and the EFF prepars to get its hands on the reins of coalition power

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Pence assures EU of Trump’s support

The EU’s Donald Tusk welcomes US Vice-President Mike Pence backing for a ‘united Europe’ after fears Trump may attempt trade accords with individual states

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From statements to ‘smart’ strategies: ways for SA to accelerate and spread growth

The budget is about more than taxes — it is the platform for creating more inclusive growth, and technology can be harnessed to achieve that, writes Ajen Sita

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Gauteng brings in R66bn in foreign direct investment

And the province’s investment in the township economy has sky-rocketed, Premier David Makhura says in his state of the province address

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Gauteng’s Makhura hits at ‘tragic and ill-fated’ transfer of mental patients to NGOs

Gauteng premier David Makhura says people responsible for the "tragic and ill-fated" transfer of mental patients to unlicensed NGOs tried to hide the facts ...

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South Sudan suffering ‘man-made’ famine

With nearly 5-million people, or more than 40% of its population, hungry, South Sudan has declared famine in parts of that country

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BEE regarded as the most negative factor for European investors in SA

However, nearly half of the firms interviewed in the EU chamber of commerce survey did not expect significant changes in the next year and 22% were optimistic

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Manufacturing investment growth ends the year with a slowdown, index shows

But the index is still in expansion territory, the Manufacturing Circle says, and it is expecting a strong rebound in the current quarter

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From statements to ‘smart’ strategies: ways for SA to accelerate and spread growth

The budget is about more than taxes — it is the platform for creating more inclusive growth, and technology can be harnessed to achieve that, writes Ajen Sita

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EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: EFF goes for coalition power sharing

Afriforum is getting involved with a registered Nkandla school that does not exist; and the EFF prepars to get its hands on the reins of coalition power

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Ford still can repair its brand in SA but it needs to act quickly

Companies that have handled scandals smartly have sometimes emerged from their crises stronger, write Mlenga Jere and Raymond van Niekerk

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THE FT COLUMN: Trump and the siege of Washington

Edward Luce

Either the forces that are against the president will bring him down or he will destroy the system, writes Edward Luce

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Dipuo Peters fires Acsa directors

Xolisa Phillip

Is Transport Minister Dipuo Peters shielding CEO Bongani Maseko or making moves to ‘strengthen’ the Airports Company SA board?

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NEELS BLOM: What is that smell? The abattoir or something fishy?

Neels Blom

Stalling the Expropriation Bill is beginning to smell like a red herring, writes Neels Blom

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ADEKEYE ADEBAJO: AU chairwoman Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma tried reform but failed

Adekeye Adebajo

Dlamini-Zuma achieved some successes and suffered some disappointments, but performed no worse than her predecessors, writes Adekeye Adebajo

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