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Shark infested waters

25 Feb 2015 /    
Credit agencies may be appeased but fiscal risk remains high.

Supervision of unit trusts to be ‘strengthened’

25 Feb 2015 /  Ingé Lamprecht  
Twin Peaks Bill will be tabled this year.

Nene patches SA’s fiscal cracks

25 Feb 2015 /  Ryk van Niekerk  
Elephant in the room remains the state’s HR bill.

Nene confirms reduced monthly e-toll ceiling

25 Feb 2015 /    
National contribution to be announced later.

It’s not about the taxes

25 Feb 2015 /    
GDP growth more important.

Retired judge to lead Sars advisory committee

25 Feb 2015 /  Antoinette Slabbert  
Aimed at restoring tax collector’s credibility.

Budget 2015: higher taxes and cut growth expected

24 Feb 2015 /    
Pressure on state finances compounded by SOE demands.

Sacci wants clarity on NDP and NHI progress

24 Feb 2015 /  Sapa  
Seeks reassurance to investors on economic stability.

Fiscal cliff now further in the distance for SA – Prof

24 Feb 2015 /    
It would be 'suicidal' of government to agree to a 15% civil servants' salary increase.

Tax pain favoured by market amid GDP risks

23 Feb 2015 /  Rene Vollgraaff, Bloomberg  
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene is looking for taxes he can raise as he seeks to offset weak government revenue.

Will Nene take the gap?

13 Feb 2015 /    
‘Additional tax revenues could come from fuel levy’.

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  CPIThe Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures monthly changes in prices for a range of consumer products Apr 2021 3.20%
  CPI ex OERThe Consumer Price Index excluding Owners’ Equivalent Rent (CPI ex OER) measures monthly changes in prices for a range of consumer products excluding Owners’ equivalent rent that measures changes in the cost of owner-occupied housing Apr 2021 3.60%
  RepoThe rate at which the Reserve Bank lends money to the country’s commercial banks and set by the Reserve Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee. May 2021 3.50%
  Prime lendingThe Prime Lending Rate is the rate of interest that commercial banks will charge their clients when issuing a loan (home loan or vehicle finance) May 2021 7.00%
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