Budget 2021: What wasn’t said was the best and biggest news
Economists were impressed with the Budget Speech, saying that it was the best under the circumstances and lauded Mboweni for not increasing income tax and digging in his heels to ensure fiscal discipline.
Dad takes fight to ConCourt after nursery school accident leaves child disabled
Application launched for leave to appeal against the Supreme Court of Appeal’s ruling on the case in the ConCourt.
Unshorn sheep struggle to walk under the immense weight of their wool, and without a haircut at least once a year most will not last long in the wild.
“We’re hoping obviously there’s going to be… this black box and we’ll have some information about the speed. It may be a factor in this accident.”
Steinhoff’s contractual claimants war intensifies
Dublin-based Hamilton has slammed the proposed settlement agreement as unfair and discriminatory.
‘Keep us in the loop’ – Informal traders alliance tell Mboweni
‘Saita needs to be fully informed as to how the money or the budget will be spent so we can ensure it reaches the informal traders on the ground.’
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Authoritarianism does not bode well for Rwanda’s future
Only freedom of speech, association, media, political activity and regular elections, resemble a true democracy.
The total number of vaccines that have been administered to date stands at 41,809.
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The industries are already on their knees due to the impact of the alcohol and tobacco sales bans.
ANC SG says the party is going to be extra vigilant in fighting against corruption exploiting resources meant for the fight against Covid-19.
The government plans to spend an additional R4.3 billion bailing out the languishing SAA, R31.7 billion for Eskom and R7 billion for the Land Bank.
‘For SARS to continue to provide a customised and seamless service to various categories of taxpayers, we are establishing a separate unit to focus on high-wealth individual taxpayers with complex financial arrangements.’

Movies and TV Is it time to cancel your DStv subscription? Here are your options

It may be time to ditch DSTV, with a wide range of streaming platforms being available to viewers at a much lower cost

Infidelity cost Tshegofatso Pule and her baby’s lives

Columns Infidelity cost Tshegofatso Pule and her baby’s lives

The cruel hands of infidelity, though not as black and white as we would like to imagine, has deadly effects.

Business News Budget 2021: Here’s how social grants will change

The R350 social relief grant and the Temporary Employer/Employee Scheme (Ters) fund are set to continue for the next three months.

There’s a real need to recognise women’s worth

Editorials There’s a real need to recognise women’s worth

It is doubtful that such a code could be implemented in South Africa, which has one of the most patriarchal societies in the world

Eish! eNCA under fire for not asking FF Plus’ Groenewald to wear his mask

UDM leader Bantu Holomisa called on eNCA to apologise for the incident, saying the broadcaster can’t have separate policies for Covid-19 regulations.

Africa WATCH: Coughing, maskless Tanzania minister holds press briefing to prove he’s not dead

After months of claiming prayer had fended off Covid-19, Tanzanian President John Magafuli has urged citizens to follow precautions.

Celebs & viral INTERVIEW: Nomzamo Mbatha on going from watching to starring

When Coming to America first came out, actress Nomzamo Mbatha wasn’t even born yet. Now 33 years later, she’s scored a major role in the film.

local soccer Pule disappointed with Pirates draw against SuperSport

“We will take a point, but we are very disappointed because we could have won the game,” said Pule.

Africa 14 killed at religious site in CAR – Amnesty International

Wellness & Health What are the risks of medical marijuana?

Mboweni needs to make his ‘sweet and sour’ plan work

Editorials Mboweni needs to make his ‘sweet and sour’ plan work

Education Over 221,000 pupils ‘dropped out’ of EC schools from 2016 to 2018

Investigation Ipid probe conduct over water cannons use on Sassa beneficiaries

local soccer SuperSport United and Orlando Pirates share the spoils

General Rape charges against ANC councillor provisionally withdrawn

Education 694 Gauteng pupils still not placed in schools – Lesufi

Politics EFF on SA’s new name changes: Remove apartheid statues and ‘Die Stem’ from national anthem

African Soccer Hunt sees window of opportunity for Chiefs in neutral venue

World At least 41 migrants feared dead in Mediterranean – UN

Celebs & viral WATCH: Dr Tumi ‘okay’ but shaken after phone snatched

Business News Budget 2021: Government settles R267m demand for SAA guaranteed letters of credit

Business News Budget 2021: Infrastructure spending receives R226bn boost

Celebs & viral Another one for the cancel culture – Studio88 drops MacG

Business News Budget 2021: Budget deficit revised down to 14% of GDP

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