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Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has announced hard-hitting increases in personal income tax of R16.5bn for 2017-18‚ as economic growth stutters and revenue collection falls short of expectations.
Chocolates, whiskey,books – even bath salts. Members of Parliament have to disclose their trips, shares and gifts in the annual register of members’ interests. But some gifts have left us rather puzzled.
Read Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's full 2017 budget speech presented in Parliament on Wednesday.
Read Edward Zuma's full response to Mathew Phosa's taunt that he is 'a little piece of vomit and not worthy of any comment because he talks rubbish'.