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Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene’s Budget 2015 speech

The minister's first annual speech.

Wealthy individuals to pay more tax

‘Tax relief for those earning less than R450 000 a year.’

Less parties, more learning

Robbing non-critical activities to fund critical ones.

State procurement ‘far from perfect’ – Nene

Central supplier database, e-tender portal in April.

‘Sinners’ pay more

Taxes on alcohol, cigarettes rise.

VAT unchanged at 14%

Davis Tax Committee’s report expected soon.

Nene patches SA’s fiscal cracks

Elephant in the room remains the state’s HR bill.

Nene confirms reduced monthly e-toll ceiling

National contribution to be announced later.

Retired judge to lead Sars advisory committee

Aimed at restoring tax collector’s credibility.

It’s not about the taxes

GDP growth more important.

Budget 2015: higher taxes and cut growth expected

Pressure on state finances compounded by SOE demands.

Sacci wants clarity on NDP and NHI progress

Seeks reassurance to investors on economic stability.

Fiscal cliff now further in the distance for SA – Prof

It would be 'suicidal' of government to agree to a 15% civil servants' salary increase.

Tax pain favoured by market amid GDP risks

Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene is looking for taxes he can raise as he seeks to offset weak government revenue.

Will Nene take the gap?

‘Additional tax revenues could come from fuel levy’.

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