Government is committed to work with the steel industry to save jobs and has put in place measures to save the industry from collapsing, says the Department of Trade and Industry (dti).

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Tuesday, 04 April 2017 04:10

Gigaba, Mbalula to get welcoming parade

New Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba, new Police Minister Fikile Mbalula and his deputy Bongani Mkongi will have their official welcoming on Tuesday.

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Newly appointed Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has radical economic transformation at the top of his agenda.

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The Constitutional Court has extended the South African Social Security Agency’s contract with Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) for a year, in order to fulfil the constitutional obligation of paying social grants to beneficiaries.

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Government has welcomed the Constitutional Court’s ruling that allows Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) to continue paying social grants to eligible beneficiaries for another 12 months.

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Thursday, 23 February 2017 21:29

Tax system must be "redistributive"

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says the South African tax system has to be redistributive if the country is to usher in radical socio-economic transformation.

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Wednesday, 25 January 2017 08:12

GDE apologises for late payment to exam markers

The Gauteng Education Department has in a statement on Tuesday apologised to all matric examination markers who have been affected by a delay in payments due to them.

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The Limpopo Department of Education (LDE) has committed to completing the delivery of stationery to all schools in the province by Thursday.

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Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan will next month during the Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) announce how National Treasury will fund the university fees shortfall.

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Thursday, 15 September 2016 09:37

National Treasury favours free sanitary products

National Treasury has told members of Parliament that instead of exempting a VAT tax on sanitary pads, government departments should budget for them and give them away to members of the public, including schools, for free.

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