Dementia takes toll on UK poll

Dementia takes toll on UK poll

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How Saffers use cryto-currency

How Saffers use cryto-currency

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Gupta plan to 'resettle' Zuma

Gupta plan to ‘resettle’ Zuma

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Mayor leads rain prayers at mountain

Mayor leads rain prayers at mountain

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SA suffering from 'capitalist crisis'

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Global crisis hits SA growth – Radebe

 
22 September 2015 – The Minister in the Presidency responsible for Planning Monitoring and Evaluation, Jeff Radebe, says the global economic crisis has affected economic growth in the country over the last four years, prompting a deceleration in the rate of growth.

Updating the


SA’s taxable numbers jump sharply – Radebe

 22 September 2015 – South Africa’s tax revenue has grown significantly due to economic growth with the income tax register expanding from three million taxpayers to almost 20 million, said Minister in the Presidency responsible for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Jeff Radebe.

“Tax revenue has grown significantly due to


Govt suppliers ‘to be paid quicker’

22 September 2015 – A special unit has been established to ensure that government suppliers are paid within 30 days provided an invoice has been submitted.
Minister in the Presidency responsible for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, Jeff Radebe, said the unit is located within his department and is working with National Treasury and


De Lille backs title deed campaign for poor

22 September 2015 – Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille is to sign an agreement with the Free Market Foundation this afternoon to garner its help in rolling out title deeds for previously disadvantaged residents in Nomzamo.
According to the mayor’s spokeswoman “this ceremonial signing truly exemplifies the powerful potential that partnership has for improving


Namibia property market tops in rand area

 
 
22 September 2015 – Namibia is the strong point in the rand currency area according to research done by the First National Bank home loans division.
For the 1st time, in the 3rd quarter of 2015, the FNB Estate Agent Survey has been expanded into Namibia’s major inland and coastal urban regions, namely


Peninsula tales aimed at promoting tourism

Monday 21 September – Cape Town’s Environmental Resource Management Department has partnered with specialists to prepare a suite of interesting stories about places, buildings, sites, events and people in the Far South Peninsula, linked to the history of the area.
The Far South Peninsula is an area of extraordinary natural beauty and cultural heritage value. It