President Cyril Ramaphosa may create a super ministry for economic policy as part of an overhaul of the nation’s executive, according to three people familiar with the matter.
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Home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba has succumbed to pressure to quit after a court found he’d lied under oath and a compromising video of him was circulated on social media.
Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko said on Monday that it appears government has backtracked – at least for now – on a plan to sell a portion of its stake in the telecommunications operator, though he admitted anything
Home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba says the new automated biometric identification system (Abis) project will help integrate all systems, inside and outside government, to offer a single source for biometric
Home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba said his department will this year introduce an electronic visa application system in order to curb fraudulent permits from foreign nationals. Gigaba, speaking last week in
Government has proposed a one percentage point increase in the value-added tax rate to 15%. The increase was widely anticipated in tax circles as it is arguably the most effective way of raising significant amounts of
The ANC took a political gamble by increasing sales tax ahead of elections next year as new President Cyril Ramaphosa seeks to stabilise debt and prevent a third junk credit rating. The value-added tax rate will be raised
Eskom is wasting no time approaching potential lenders in the hope that Saturday’s board overhaul was enough to ease concerns about governance at the struggling utility. The company will ask banks for funding commitments to
The clock is ticking on President Jacob Zuma’s scandal-ridden administration as his deputy, Cyril Ramaphosa, flexes his political muscles and shows he’s increasingly wielding state power to stamp out corruption and revive the
South Africa is seeking to raise as much as R4bn from the sale of part of its 39% stake in Telkom to raise funds for the country’s unprofitable state airline and post office, according to two people familiar with the