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Domestic Perceptions Survey – Understanding Covid-19 in SA

The Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) now known as ‘Coronavirus Disease 2019’ (COVID-19) has hit the world by storm. Leading the World...

Surviving Lockdown

Twenty-six days into the lockdown, it would seem South Africans have got the hang of staying home. As it stands COVID-19 Statistics in South...

STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA ON FURTHER ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL MEASURES IN RESPONSE THE...

STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA ON FURTHER ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL MEASURES IN RESPONSE THE COVID-19 EPIDEMIC UNION BUILDINGS, TSHWANE 21 APRIL 2020 My Fellow South Africans, It is...

Highlights from Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s 2019 Budget Speech

Wednesday 20 February 2019 marked an important day for South Africans. Members of Parliament (MPs) gathered to listen to Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni...

Consumer help: tax

Help with tax-related problems or complaints, as well as a range of online resources to help you submit your returns and make payments to the Receiver.

Max Planck Institute invests in MeerKAT

The German institute is pouring R150-million into building and installing radio receivers on the MeerKAT radio telescope. The project, it says, will grant its scientists access to a world-class facility and its unique unrestricted view on our galaxy, and will boost MeerKAT's scientific potential even further.

Why travel bans won’t stop the spread of Ebola

Travel bans for the Ebola-afflicted countries of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia are not only unnecessary, they will also cause more harm than good by stopping the flow of health workers, medical supplies and humanitarian aid, and further damaging the beleaguered countries' economies, writes Khalid Koser, chair of the Global Agenda Council on Migration.

Why travel bans won’t stop the spread of Ebola

Travel bans for the Ebola-afflicted countries of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia are not only unnecessary, they will also cause more harm than good by stopping the flow of health workers, medical supplies and humanitarian aid, and further damaging the beleaguered countries' economies, writes Khalid Koser, chair of the Global Agenda Council on Migration.

Sars collects R900-billion in revenue

The 2014 Tax Statistics Bulletin shows that the South African Revenue Services (Sars) collected almost R900-million in revenue during the 2013/14 fiscal year, a 10.6% rise from the previous year.

Sars collects R900-billion in revenue

The 2014 Tax Statistics Bulletin shows that the South African Revenue Services (Sars) collected almost R900-million in revenue during the 2013/14 fiscal year, a 10.6% rise from the previous year.