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New blow for Zupta justice: KPMG won’t share incriminating SARS rogue report

The so-called rogue report produced by KPMG contained false information and was developed to push former finance minister Pravin Gordhan ...
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King Zuma is dead, but the Zuptoid ghosts remain in the machine

Wits University sociologist, Ran Greenstein, says the greatest legacy of the Zuma years is to have alerted us to be ...
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These 6 charts highlight the tough decisions taken in SA’s #Budget2018

South Africa unveiled a budget that will raise taxes and cut spending as it seeks to fend off a third ...
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MUST LISTEN: Journalists grill finmin Gigaba in fiery #Budget2018 pre-briefing

Journalists fired lots of tough questions at Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba in a fiery pre-briefing that was held just before ...
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Rand strengthens as Ramaphosa govt takes VAT gamble, SA bonds also rally

The rand strengthened just over 0.5% in trade on Wednesday to around R11.65/$ as Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba delivered the ...
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In a nutshell: Executive summary of 2018 National Budget

The text comes from a different universe to the flowery waffle Zuma-appointed finance minister Malusi Gigaba indulged in during his ...
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Former Steinhoff partner delivers deadly blow in court; claims Steinhoff assets are his

A former joint venture partner has filed papers in court, alleging that assets that should be attributed to him have ...
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No easy UAE bolt-hole for Ajay Gupta, courtesy of UN anti-corruption convention

If Ajay Gupta has fled South Africa and is relying on the sovereignty of another state to evade justice, he ...
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Azar Jammine: Here’s why the 2018/19 Budget will be the toughest yet

Tomorrow, South Africa will hear what details the 2018/19 Budget will contain. It will be the first major test of ...
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How world sees SA: Sowetans say Ramaphosa ‘the same’ as Zuma

Black South Africans have told The New York Times that Cyril Ramaphosa is of the same ilk as Jacob Zuma ...
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