National Treasury recently released draft reforms which would allow South Africans to have easy access to their retirement savings
SA is taking on another loan. This time, from the World Bank. With it, the government aims to fund its Covid-19 vaccine programme.
After 27 years in the National Treasury, Ismail Momoniat has been appointed Acting Director-General as of 8 June 2022.
Minister Patricia de Lille revealed that there is currently only a budget to build 24 bridges at a cost of R400 million in KZN.
The Young Nurses Indaba Trade Union (YNITU) members will be airing their grievances through a march on 4 May.
Treasury has allocated R1 billion to KZN following the devastating floods and revealed that no further funds will go to the province.
Treasury announced that Dondo Mogajane opted not to extend his contract and will be leaving the department on 7 June.
‘Less than one percent of SA’s exported goods are destined for Ukraine and Russia combined. On the other hand, import flows from both countries are also less than one percent,’ Deputy Minister of Finance David Masondo.
The Economic Freedom Fighters have condemned the R11 billion World Bank loan to the South African government.
South Africa’s National Treasury has released its proposed outline for new laws seeking to tax vaping products.
Nigeria’s traditional ruler in southern Benin city hosted a day of celebrations on Monday in anticipation of the long-awaited return of two bronze treasures looted during colonial times.
The South African Special Risk Insurance Association (Sasria) says over R5.8 billion has been paid to looted businesses in KZN and Gauteng.
The SARB and National Treasury says that Tokyo Sexwale and his unknown sponsor must provide evidence of funds allegedly deposited.
Mboweni and the South African Treasury and Reserve Bank rubbished claims made by Tokyo Sexwale about a secret fund that is being stolen from.
The unlikeliness of what we’ve been asked to believe in, in the national budget becomes apparent in the way one starts to suspect a sleight of hand by a magician.
Tens of millions of South Africans are set to feel the pinch of emergency tax hikes next month, as Treasury scrambles to raise funds for the vaccine rollout.
The Moody’s downgrade places SA two notches into junk status, while the Fitch downgrade places the country three notches below junk status.
Ahead of Finance minister Tito Mboweni’s Meduim Term Budget Policy Statement Cosatu has called on Treasury to prioritise spending on infrastructure.
The DA have called for Treasury’s controversial appointment of former journalist Ranjeni Munusamy’s appointment to be reversed.
Munusamy, who is accused of accepting illicit payments from Crime Intelligence officials, has been appointed community outreach officer.
The Director-General at National Treasury, Dondo Mogajane has expressed concern over the extent of the corruption that has emerged along with the COVID-19 pandemic
In another series of late night tweets, on Tuesday, 1 September 2020, Mboweni emphasised the importance of all relevant stakeholders coming together and playing a role in greater economic value chain
The Infrastructure Fund will be set up and managed by the DBSA, and will be supported by National Treasury, who on Tuesday signed an MOU.
Van Rooyen, a long time supporter of former president Jacob Zuma, has also denied being brought into treasury to destabilise the public purse.