Gauteng Premier Panyaza Lesufi confirms that e-tolls will officially be switched off.
If the grants are revoked, Tshwane could face a significant shortfall in urban development funding.
National Treasury says Transnet will drawdown an initial amount of R22.8 billion.
Under the two-pot system, SA’s will be able to access 10% of their pension from March 1, 2024.
The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) says it is heading to court to request that the contract that
Parliament’s Standing Committee on Public Accounts has warned Treasury that the right to issue an
ActionSA in the Free State says it will soon write to National Treasury requesting it to invoke
National Treasury has expressed satisfaction with the level of public participation in the proposed
The National Treasury says the Department of Social Development has incurred R15.134 billion in
Cosatu has welcomed Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana’s withdrawal of National Treasury’s decision
National Treasury says some of the economic risks identified in its February budget have now
The standing committees on the Auditor-General, Finance, Public Accounts, Appropriations and the
Standard and Poor’s Global Ratings downgraded its outlook on South Africa to stable from positive,
The US Treasury Department and South Africa’s National Treasury on Wednesday agreed to form a task
South Africa has been described as a lawless nation that lacks accountability when it comes to
The National Treasury says it will allocate R13 billion to different government departments and
Lobby group, Equal Education, is calling on National Treasury to stop cuts to the basic education
Wasteful and fruitless expenditure incurred by National Departments over the past five financial
Members of the public have another two weeks to make comments to Parliament on the proposed cashing
The Ekurhuleni Metro mayor in Gauteng’s East Rand, Tania Campbell, says they have had to reduce the