SARS on Sunday released the numbers related to refunds citizens received from the body for the 2016/2017 tax year, and it went into billions.
Market regulators are baying for the blood of executives at Gupta-owned company, Oakbay Resources, after allegations of market manipulation surfaced.
A number of retailers in South Africa have reported positive feedback in the wake of Black Friday’s sales.
S&P’s announcement that it had downgraded the country’s local currency debt to ‘junk’ status saw the rand take a spectacular tumble.
Prasa’s interim board reported back to Parliament on Friday, saying that the agency had been captured, but not by the Gupta family.
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown is not meekly rolling over and allowing claims made against her by Zola Tsotsi to go undefended.
SARS will have to thoroughly explain the awarding of bonuses to members of the executive committee amounting to R3-million to Parliament on Tuesday.
Fitch’s ratings announcement on Thursday has allowed economists in South Africa to breathe slightly easier.
Following an investigation, the IDC has ordered Oakbay Resources to repay the outstanding capital and interest on the shares it returned to the company.
Matshela Koko has threatened to spill the beans on all the corrupt dealings that happened at power utility Eskom that he knows of.