Long before the Covid-19 induced lockdown, understanding the customers' behaviour has been key to building the technology solutions and products of the future..
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South African Reserve Bank (SARB) deputy governor Kuben Naidoo says that South Africa cannot afford to reject the tabling of its supplementary coronavirus budget as it will only prolong the country's
South Africa is known globally for having an efficiently run, well-regulated and stable financial services industry. And the enterprise tasked with regulating this robust sector, the FSB, was largely
Financial leaders are at a tipping point. The choices they are making today will become the bedrock of the industry for years to come...
A statement by the NSE said the book is available in both print and digital formats.
While the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) World Economic Outlook suggests a contraction of 8% in South Africa's economy in 2020, the current rates of recovery from government lockdowns on various
Criticism for an unsatisfactory budget, hampered rollout of Covid-19 aid, and insufficient economic stimulus is being laid at the feet of National Treasury - but economists at the Bureau for Economic
Last minute changes continue to confuse South Africa's school return; pay cuts due to lockdown mean paying less in tax - but there are consequences for us all; unions threaten action over any attempt
Given the current economic climate and the revenue shortfall highlighted by the minister of finance Tito Mboweni in June 2020, it is not impossible to imagine that the South African Revenue Service (S
An analysis of financial inclusion in South Africa shows that affordability limits poor households' access to formal financial services...
As more South Africans adjust to the new normal of working from home, questions arise around whether employees can claim tax, says Joon Chong, partner at law firm Webber Wentzel.
National Treasury chief director Edgar Sishi says the National Treasury is considering a number of new tax measures as government seeks to raise an additional R40 billion through hikes in the coming y