The increase in personal taxes places greater pressure on consumers and their ability to save, while making retirement funds more attractive
Budget Speech 2017
In this pre-Budget analysis, analysts give their Budget predictions and pointers for South Africa's Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. Muziwethu Mathema, Senior Economist, KPMG in South Africa Jannie Rossouw, Head: School of Economic and Business Sciences, Wits University and Sibusiso Thungo, Tax Manager at the South African Institute of Professional Accountant join CNBC Africa for more.
What you need to know about Budget 2017.
The 2017/18 budget will be Finance Minister's seventh and toughest yet.
South Africa's Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan will deliver his budget speech for the 2017/2018 financial year today. No doubt he will announce tax increases...
Each year Old Mutual and Nedbank run the Budget Speech Competition. The competition targets university students with backgrounds in finance and economics.
Joining CNBC Africa to discuss the 2017/18 budget expectations for the mining industry is by Alex Gwala, Tax Director from Deloitte; Ettiene Retief, Chairperson...
South Africa’s Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan’s speech will be one of his toughest yet.
Commentators expect a rise in personal income tax rates and the marginal rate of tax, with high earners likely to be affected the most.
As we await the delivery of this year's budget speech by Minister Pravin Gordhan, South Africans from all walks of life are curious and...
Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan, will take to the podium on Wednesday to present the 2017 / 2018 budget speech.
With government needing to raise an extra R28 billion in taxes, it is a foregone conclusion that taxes will go up.
The S.A. Treasury's counter-cyclical expenditure programme has been unable to lift the GDP growth above 2% per annum over the last 9 years.
S.A's upcoming Budget will be a critical. There is no more room for the upward revision of deficit targets as seen over the last few years.
As the 2017 Budget day approaches, many South Africans are hoping for good news, including minimum increases to tax rates that affect them.
With less than a week to go before South Africa's Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan gives his Budget speech many analysts are expecting tax hikes.
It seems we say that every year but South Africa is in for another tough budget this year.
South Africa's Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan will deliver his budget speech next Wednesday 22 February. After which Moody's will be the first to publish...
South Africa's vital SME sector should be at the top of the 2017 National Budget Speech wish list to boost the local economy.