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Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has hit back at allegations by Gupta-linked Oakbay Investments that he asked business leaders to “clip the wings” of the controversial family.
Eurozone economic confidence has hit a six-year high, adding to signs of stronger growth and inflation that are fuelling a debate about European Central Bank stimulus.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has accused the Gupta family of launching an organised campaign against National Treasury and himself in court papers filed on Monday.
Read the full affidavit filed by Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, in which he responds to court papers filed by Oakbay Investments on 20 January.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has labelled a court application by Black Land First to resurrect a report on alleged apartheid era looting as a political ploy, says a report.
Middle to high-income earners can expect further tax increases in the National Budget speech, while the poor could be hit by a VAT increase, says a tax lawyer.
In developing leadership skills it is also important to focus on so-called soft skills, says the new director of the UCT Graduate School of Business.
There are practical skills one can apply in order to get another job so that retrenchment need not be the end of the road, explains an expert.
US President Donald Trump has agreed to start immediate trade talks with Britain with the goal of preserving current arrangements when it leaves the EU.
The US has treaties with some of the targeted counties under a new travel ban, explains an immigration attorney.
Celebrating success at this no-fee paying school inspires the community of teachers and pupils to work hard and flourish. Setumo Stone visits Thohoyandou’s Tshivhase Secondary School.
In anticipation of new e-cigarette laws, proponents are upping the ante.
Business Leadership South Africa says only criminals are benefiting from President Jacob Zuma’s delay in signing the Financial Intelligence Centre Act amendment bill into law.
Three young women from two of the 20 secondary schools adopted by the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) in 2013 were among the top performers in the matric class of 2016.
A former labour registrar has been reinstated after a damning judgment against Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant, whose interference was slammed as irrational.
The pushback against globalisation means an increasing number of voters believe there is not much to gain from the current system, says deputy Sarb governor Daniel Mminele.
Numsa will be leading negotiations for workers in the transportation sector.
South Africa is faced with the worst of both worlds – a combination of rising inflation and stagnant GDP growth, which leaves little room for manoeuvrability, said an economist.
The Department of Energy announced that the fuel price will go up from 1 February 2017.
Calls for Zimbabwe to adopt the rand as a currency of choice have grown again as the preferred US dollar is fast disappearing, resulting in an unsustainable liquidity crunch.