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Sane Dhlamini

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South Africans increasingly intolerant of corruption – report

28th February 2017 South Africans are increasingly intolerant of corruption and the abuse of power by those in leadership positions and are more willing to hold them to account. This was according to anticorruption organisation Corruption Watch’s 2016 Annual Corruption Report.  

Sona should focus on economic transformation – Basa

7th February 2017 The Banking Association of South Africa (Basa) has urged President Jacob Zuma to address economic transformation in his State of the Nation Address (Sona) on Thursday. Basa said in a statement that all sectors of society should introspect on their roles in economic transformation. 

Finance Minister invites public input ahead of Budget speech

6th February 2017 Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has urged South Africans to share their views on economic conditions and to highlight issues they would like government to focus on in the National Budget Speech on February 22. The National Budget Speech will be presented against the backdrop of sluggish economic... 

Zuma calls for ‘unity in action’ ahead of Sona 2017

6th February 2017 President Jacob Zuma will, during a pre-State of the Nation (Sona) Business Investor Luncheon, in Cape Town, on Tuesday, call for “unity in action” to drive South Africa on a sustainable growth path. This will be his second such meeting with business leaders a few days before he delivers the... 

Local social-impact centre ranks in top 5 globally

30th January 2017 South African social impact centre the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business (GSB) has been profiled as one of five university-based social impact centres leading the way in social impact education globally. This is... 

RTMC supports initiatives to improve compliance in road users

20th December 2016 The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) has come out in support of municipal initiatives to improve compliance, which will see local traffic departments confiscating cell phones, as well as imposing heavy fines on drivers who do not have licenses. RTMC CEO Advocate Makhosini Msibi said... 

Sars commissioner faces fraud charges

12th December 2016 Nonprofit anticorruption organisation Corruption Watch (CW) has laid criminal charges against South African Revenue Services (Sars) commissioner Tom Moyane for fraud and corruption. The charges relate to the matter involving alleged fraud and corruption committed by senior Sars employees, Jonas... 

WHO approves INSTI HIV self-test for African market

2nd December 2016 The INSTI HIV self-test (INSTI) manufactured by Canadian company bioLytical Laboratories will soon be available for the African market after getting the nod from the World Health Organisation (WHO). This comes after the WHO released new guidelines on HIV self-testing to improve access to and... 

Lower income groups cannot navigate life without paying bribes – survey

29th November 2016 The findings of the second South African Citizen’s Bribery Survey has revealed that 48% of respondents who earned less than R100 000 a year thought it was difficult to navigate daily life without paying bribes. The survey was conducted by the Ethics Institute of South Africa and sponsored by... 

Consideration of revenue Bill rescheduled

18th November 2016 The consideration of the Division of Revenue Amendment Bill for 2016/17 will have to be rescheduled following two failed attempts by the National Assembly to pass the critical Bill.  National Treasury said in a statement on Friday that the Bill was still on track to be passed before the end of... 

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