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South African inflation reaches highest level in 7 years

Inflation jumps to highest level in 7 years

Inflation jumps to 7% y-o-y (highest level in almost seven years) during February Vegetables cost […]

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MPC keeps repo rate

SARB remains focused on its mandate of maintaining price stability

MPC increases repo rate to 7% Developments in and expectations of the outlook for global and domestic […]

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VDP vs SVDP – which path should be followed?

Further to the Special Voluntary Disclosure Programme (SVDP) announced in the Budget Speech delivered on […]

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Another difficult interest rate decision looming

Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) to reach another difficult interest rate decision this Thursday On Thursday, […]

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Budget Speech 2016: Will it please the ratings agencies?

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan delivered his 2016/17 budget speech on February 24 to a nation eagerly […]

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The business tax end of Budget 2016

With the 2016 Budget Speech rapidly approaching, the topic of conversation in tax circles is […]

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corn drought

Investment is critical to address the water crisis

South Africa is suffering its worst drought since 1982. Late last year, the government announced […]

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Increase in personal tax rate changes: A windfall for revenue collection and an avalanche for expats?

What’s on the cards for 2016? The personal income tax collection mechanisms and platforms together […]

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What is this ‘junk status’ that South Africans fear?

South Africans fear a downgrading of the economy to ‘junk status’. But what does it […]

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Inflation shocker as rate jumps to 6.2%

SARB justified in raising interest rates last month Statistics South Africa (StatsSA) has reported that […]

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