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Rural municipalities to get bulk of municipal funds

Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan said 47.5 percent of the available funds this year, will be allocated to national government, 43 percent to provincial government and 9 percent to local government.

Additional R28-billion to be raised in taxes

Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan said an additional R28-billion will be raised in taxes during the 2017/18 financial year, to help the South African government achieve some of its development goals.

Treasury to spend R1.5-trillion in 2017/18

National Treasury has proposed expenditure of R1.56-trillion during the 2017/18 financial year.

Gordhan: 95 percent of wealth in hands of the 10 percent

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said wealth remained highly concentrated throughout the world, but especially in South Africa, where 95 percent of the wealth was in the hands of 10 percent of the population.

Revolutionary Widlife Ranger Training Manual Launched

In the midst of a global poaching crisis, today marks the launch of the most comprehensive Training Guidelines for Field Rangers prepared to date.

SS Mendi disaster commemorated

South African politicians and soldiers attended a ceremony on Tuesday, to commemorate the SS Mendi disaster.

City could lower water pressure

In a desperate attempt to lower water consumption in Cape Town, the City is considering lowering water pressure.

PTA North train derailment probed

Over 100 people were injured on Monday night after a train derailed in Pretoria North.

Motorists, drinkers and smokers won't like budget predictions

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan will present his 2017/18 budget in Parliament on Wednesday.

Cosatu wants to see radical economic transformation in Gordhan budget

The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) said it would not accept a Pravin Gordhan budget that was not dedicated to radical economic transformation.

Mining and evironment showdown in WC High Court

Mining and environment will face-off in the Western Cape High Court on Monday when mining company Tormin takes on the SA department of environmental affairs amongst others, to defend itself against allegations of contravention and non-compliance with SA environment codes.
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