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Gigaba: Thank you for your tax, continue paying
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba paid tribute to South Africans for "funding their government" through high tax compliance, despite tough economic circumstances.
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SA doesn't have the people to fight cybercrime, warns expert
Small companies in South Africa need to be vigilant in the fight against cyber threats.
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Probe into suspended Sars No 2 still not finalised, MPs told
Criminal and disciplinary investigations into suspended South African Revenue Service [Sars] top executive Jonas Makwakwa were yet to be concluded, Parliament's watchdog on public accounts (Scopa) was told on Tuesday.
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Parliament to probe Eskom
Parliament has agreed to launch a full-scale inquiry into Eskom including its coal contracts with Tegeta and the reappointment of Brian Molefe as CEO.
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Kieran Read signs contract extension with All Blacks
All Blacks head coach Steve Hansen dubbed Read “one of the key players in world rugby”.
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‘Big Sam’ Allardyce quits Palace for family reasons
“Palace gave me the chance of rehabilitation.”
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Springbok squad: Where are Lionel Mapoe and Curwin Bosch?
While Springbok coach Allister Coetzee has largely rewarded form players, the inconsistency in his selection policy has reared its ugly head once more, says Ashfak Mohamed.
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Proteas 'concerned' after #ManchesterBlast
South Africa's team manager said his side had "genuine concerns" about remaining in England following the deadly terror attack in Manchester.
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WATCH: Mbalula recounts how his sister was abused by a boyfriend
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula recalled his own experience of watching one of his sisters being abused by her then boyfriend when he was a young boy.
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White people must stay away from Land Imbizo, warns Mngxitama
Black First Land First president Andile Mngxitama said that white people were not invited to a land gathering that his movement was organising.
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Gordhan praises Brazil's harsh punishments for graft
Pravin Gordhan spoke out against the scourge of rampant corruption, saying there should be harsh consequences for those involved in corruption.
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Ex-Sars deputy head in spotlight over alleged R11m fraud
The State has asked the Gauteng High Court to convict a former Sars deputy commissioner on alleged tender fraud involving more than R11 million.
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