The average monthly take-home pay in South Africa saw a significant increase of 13.% in September due to government wage increase and backdate payments, however, this increase is likely to be short-li
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The government could fund a new basic income grant for South Africa by borrowing money, but ultimately it will be taxpayers who pay for the new scheme, says Wits University professor Michael Sachs.
Finance minister Enoch Godongwana is expected to give formal clarification on the feasibility of a basic income grant for South Africa when he presents his medium-term budget policy statement (MTBPS)
Food prices in South Africa have continued to rise in 2021, with inflation on food and non-alcoholic beverages for September 2021 higher than expected, recorded at 6.6%.
"South Africa is ideally positioned to take advantage of this tax revenue source and our cash-strapped state cannot afford to dismiss offhand such a sure bet."
Statistics South Africa has published its Consumer Price Index (CPI) for September 2021, with inflation edging higher to 5% from 4.9% in August.
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The Johannesburg Stock Exchange continue to face questions around its shrinking size, with a further two delistings - CSG Holdings and Alaris - confirmed on Monday (11 October).
Finance minister Enoch Godongwana has clarified Treasury's position on South Africans who change their tax residency, saying it is incorrect to call the recent amendments 'exit taxes'.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has published its latest growth outlook for the world's major markets, with the group forecasting that the global economic recovery is set to continue, despite th