Mboweni: 'Support for Eskom could reach R230bn over 10 years'
This amount is far higher than the R69 billion over the next three years that the Finance Minister announced in his Budget speech yesterday.
Sars to have new commissioner soon
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni says Sars IT systems will also be beefed up and Sars’ new large business unit will be launched in April.
'No free lunch here': Treasury to closely monitor SOEs that get bailouts
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni said the job of the chief reconfiguration officer would be to work with the board and top management to guard every cent handed over to SOEs that get financial support.
Mboweni's gesture of goodwill: No pay hike for MPs
While the president’s salary will increase to R3.9 million this year, his executive won’t be getting a cent more.
R69 billion set aside over three years to reconfigure Eskom
The cash-strapped power utility will get R69 billion over the next three years but under strict conditions.
Cosatu expects job security plan when Mboweni presents Budget
The trade union federation says it wants Mboweni to come with a clear plan of action to kick start the economy and halt further job losses.
'Only good news about #BudgetSpeech is bad news already known' - economist
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni is set to present what’s being billed as the most difficult Budget in the post-apartheid era.
#BudgetSpeech must show there's light at end of the tunnel, say economists
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s most crucial task is to unveil a rescue plan for Eskom after the economy was left reeling following days of load shedding.
Why Tito Mboweni's 2019 Budget speech will be South Africa's toughest yet
Tito Mboweni will deliver his own maiden Budget speech today, with plans to steer Eskom out of crisis expected to take centre-stage.
DA says Mboweni has limited room to put SA back on growth path
A rescue package for Eskom is expected to take centre-stage when Tito Mboweni delivers his maiden Budget on Wednesday.
PSC finds Muthambi broke some rules when hiring staff at private office
Just over two years ago, Faith Muthambi was reported to have appointed 27 people, including friends and relatives, when the rules limit the number allowed to 10.
Cost of saving Eskom falls on South Africans' shoulders - DA
Eskom is in debt to the tune of more than R420 billion and has applied to the regulator for tariff increases totalling 56% over the next three years.
IFP: 'Mboweni must avoid using Budget speech to make ANC look good'
Tito Mboweni arguably faces the toughest Budget of any finance minister in the country’s democratic history, and it comes as parties ratchet up their election campaigns.
State capture inquiry: Ex-ANC MP wants to testify, back up Agrizzi’s testimony
Dennis Bloem says that he can back up Angelo Aggrizzi’s explosive testimony about bribes and kickbacks for lucrative contracts with the Department of Correctional Services.
Parly committee agrees to fix technical glitch in new Minimum Wage Act
The glitch was picked up late in 2018 and will now be corrected by an amendment bill the labour committee will draft once it has the approval of the National Assembly.
DA to petition Ramaphosa over Electoral Laws Amendment Bill
The NCOP passed the bill last week, paving the way for the president to sign it into law in time for general elections this year.
Family of parly employee who shot himself wants report on death published
His family have also criticised the terms of reference for the probe, saying they don't go far enough to bring about the administrative justice that Garane wanted.
Experts: Traditional and Khoisan Leadership Bill could face legal challenge
The bill was passed during a special sitting of the NCOP and was backed by all provinces except for the Democratic Alliance-led Western Cape.