The debate on the social safety net has shifted since the July unrest and there is now broader agreement that extreme poverty and inequality can lead to future episodes of damaging instability, say ec
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South African Revenue Service (SARS) commissioner Edward Kieswetter says that his team is ready to offer support to taxpayers impacted by Covid-19 and the recent looting, but warned that the tax colle
National Treasury published the latest Draft Tax Bills on 28 July 2021, which incorporate the tax proposals made in the 2021 Budget.
South Africa has joined 130 other countries in calls to introduce a global tax.
National Treasury has published the latest Draft Tax Bills, which incorporates tax proposals made in the 2021 Budget.
While the government has committed to financially help South Africans impacted by the social unrest and Covid-19 lockdowns, Treasury has also made it clear that the country is not in great financial s
Less than a third of middle-class South Africans (30%) are positive about the future of South Africa, while 27% say that they are likely to emigrate within the next five years.
Rioters and looters grabbed as much as R20 million in cash as they destroyed hundreds of ATMs during the wave of unrest that swept through KwaZulu Natal and parts of Gauteng in July.
The latest BankservAfrica Take-home Pay Index (BTPI) shows that salaries and wages in South Africa are slowly returning to pre-pandemic levels, but the impact of the third wave of Covid-19 is likely t
Since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020 the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) has rendered relief against income loss to approximately 5.4 million workers with over R61.2 billion disbur