President Zuma has hailed South Africa’s successes during his keynote address at the Freedom Day celebrations in Pretoria.
Margaret Thatcher, the “Iron Lady” who dominated British politics for two decades, died on Monday following a stroke.
President Jacob Zuma gave the keynote speech at the official Human Rights Day Celebrations in Paarl on Thursday
Smarter spending and a brutal crack-down on corruption and wasteful expenditure form the heart of this year’s Budget.
With social ills rife, the 2013 national budget, tabled in Parliament today by Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, aims to address inequalities.
Amidst global economic uncertainty and a weakened growth outlook for the next three years, South Africans are facing taxing times.
Minister of Finance delivers his 2013 Budget speech on February 27 from 2pm at Parliament in Cape Town.
Pravin Gordhan will have to come up with strategies to ensure new tax policies are implemented to keep the national economy afloat, but at the same time go easy on consumers’ disposable income.
Government’s 2013 Budget Speech comes against a backdrop of sluggish growth, a widening earnings gap, and turbulent labour relations in the mining sector.