gross domestic product

A bold new future for African Mining at the 2024 Mining Indaba.

It’s always amazing to witness the growth of an idea that began with a small audience that eventually grew to an even greater community...

BRAND SOUTH AFRICA CALLS FOR RESTRAIN AS THE COUNTRY CONTINUES TO BATTLE THE TORCHING...

Johannesburg, South Africa – July 12, 2023: Brand South Africa has condemned the torching of several trucks that engulfed the country recently. As an...

SA COMPANIES TO PARTICIPATE AT INTRA-AFRICAN TRADE FAIR 2021

More than 80 South African companies, supported by government, will have an opportunity to showcase their products and services at the Intra...

LET US RAISE A GLASS TO A SOUTH AFRICAN WINE FARM

According to the South African Wine Industry Information Systems (SAWIS), South Africa’s wine industry is a key economic driver of the country’s...

Celebrating Tourism Month in Qatar

South Africa is one of the world’s top tourism destinations owing to its diverse offering, world class infrastructure and positive global reputation. The country’s...

Brand South Africa views Statistics SA’s GDP results as a wake-up call

Johannesburg, Wednesday 05 June 2019 –  Brand South Africa notes with concern the results released by Stats SA which indicate that South Africa’s gross...

Brand South Africa welcomes the news that the country is no longer in recession...

Johannesburg, Thursday 06 December 2018 -  As the country is on a path towards economic revival and seeing investor and business confidence improving significantly....

GDP growth slows, jobless numbers up

Gross domestic product growth slowed in the first quarter of the year, according to Statistics South Africa. Contributors to the increase included mining, finance and business services sectors. It also said the unemployment rate rose to 26.4% from 24.3% in the last quarter of 2014.

GDP growth slows, jobless numbers up

Gross domestic product growth slowed in the first quarter of the year, according to Statistics South Africa. Contributors to the increase included mining, finance and business services sectors. It also said the unemployment rate rose to 26.4% from 24.3% in the last quarter of 2014.

Budget 2015: South Africa raises income tax

The tax rate will increase by 1 percentage point for all South Africans - except the lowest earners, Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene said in his first Budget speech on Wednesday, which aims to stabilise government debt and rebalance fiscal policy.