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#Budget2017: EFF praises balanced budget
#Budget2017: EFF praises balanced budget
Business

EFF leader Julius Malema has welcomed the tabling of the 2017 Budget, calling it a "well-thought of and balanced Budget", ...

3 hours ago
Husband ready to kiss and make up with 'Black Widow'
Husband ready to kiss and make up with 'Black Widow'
Crime & Courts

She allegedly tried to pay a hitman to kill him, but it appears Austin Coetzee is not bearing any grudges against his wife, Petina Coetzee.

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#Budget2017: DA disappointed by lack of spending cuts
#Budget2017: DA disappointed by lack of spending cuts
Politics

The DA said it expected Minister Pravin Gordhan to announce more cuts for government and reprioritise funding to programmes to employ young people.

3 hours ago
It's not white bread that makes you fat
It's not white bread that makes you fat
Lifestyle

Contrary to popular belief eating mass-produced white bread won't necessarily make you fat, scientists claim.

3 hours ago
Scrap e-tolls altogether, says Cosatu
Scrap e-tolls altogether, says Cosatu
News

Trying to coerce and bully motorists into paying for e-tolls on Gauteng’s freeways was a futile exercise, Cosatu warned.

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#Budget2017: Rethink on sugar tax
#Budget2017: Rethink on sugar tax
Business

The government's proposed 20 percent sugar tax will not come into effect from April this year as originally mooted.

3 hours ago
#Budget2017: PwC details income tax changes
#Budget2017: PwC details income tax changes
Opinion

Those with taxable income in excess of R1.5 million will find themselves significantly worse off, says Barry Knoetze.

3 hours ago
Swedish politician proposes sex breaks from work
Swedish politician proposes sex breaks from work
Lifestyle

A new motion by Per-Erik Muskos, city councillor for Övertorneå, seeks to reconcile overworked couples.

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Sars revenue decline worries Gordhan – #Budget2017
Sars revenue decline worries Gordhan – #Budget2017
Business

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan on Wednesday expressed concern about both a decline in tax revenue and the running of the SA Revenue Service.