Corruption charges 'against Gordhan'

Corruption charges ‘against Gordhan’

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On Wednesday 22 February Black First Land First (BLF) opened a criminal case against the Minister of…
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Molefe represents 'civil war'

Molefe represents ‘civil war’

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The fact that disgraced former Eskom group chief executive, Brian Molefe, was sworn in as a Member o…
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De Lille names and shames

De Lille names and shames

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Drought crisis: Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille says bad apples ruining the efforts of the many wa…
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13 hours agoDe Lille names and shames
Oil doomsday 'not in sight'

Oil doomsday ‘not in sight’

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The oil supply doomsday has been pushed back again. Some date the wind-and-solar power bandwagon promoted assiduously by the anti-nuclear-anything lobby (excluding CAT scans, X-rays and cancer treatme…
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Molefe 'an exciting addition'

Molefe ‘an exciting addition’

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It's official, former Eskom CEO, Brian Molefe, has been sworn in as an African National Congress Mem…
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Corruption charges ‘against Gordhan’

On Wednesday 22 February Black First Land First (BLF) opened a criminal case against the Minister of Finance, Pravin Gordhan, for contravening the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act No12 of 2004 (PCCA), more specifically for contravening Section 34 of the act. BLF submits that Section 34 of PCCA confers a statutory duty on Pravin


Molefe represents ‘civil war’

The fact that disgraced former Eskom group chief executive, Brian Molefe, was sworn in as a Member of Parliament on Thursday, 23 February, is a major escalation in the civil war within the ruling party and the battle for control of National Treasury, being driven by President Jacob Zuma. Democratic Alliance finance spokesman David Maynier


De Lille names and shames

Drought crisis: Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille says bad apples ruining the efforts of the many water-savers. During this time of drought, we have appealed to all residents, businesses, and government departments to work with the City of Cape Town to conserve water. Reducing consumption is the key intervention during a time of drought as


Oil doomsday ‘not in sight’

The oil supply doomsday has been pushed back again. Some date the wind-and-solar power bandwagon promoted assiduously by the anti-nuclear-anything lobby (excluding CAT scans, X-rays and cancer treatments of course) and the Green idea that there is a free lunch, to the last great Peak Oil prediction which claimed crude oil supply would decline from


Molefe ‘an exciting addition’

It’s official, former Eskom CEO, Brian Molefe, has been sworn in as an African National Congress Member of Parliament (ANC MP). Molefe, who is credited as having turned around the power utility and stopped the scurge of loadshedding, is rumoured to be heading to the Treasury department. A Black Opinion – the voice of the


New Tax Table for SA

BUDGET 2017 / February 22, 2017 / BizNews

New Tax Table for South Africans 2017/18

Pravin Gordhan announced tax increases, some tax relief and fresh taxes on the horizon at this years budget. But how does this all impact everyone’s pockets. The income tax table for individuals and trusts is below.- Stuart