Economy

Real Estate and Finance the star of South Africa's GDP

Gross domestic product figures continue to tell a good news story about South Africa's Real Estate industry.

South African Government welcomes IMF assessment

South Africa must press ahead with reforms to ensure its economic stability and Job creation is an urgent national priority to reduce the stubbornly high rate of unemployment.

IMF lowers South Africa economic growth forecasts

South Africa's economic growth is likely to moderate in 2012 due to weak external conditions and global uncertainty, the International Monetary Fund said on Thursday, adding monetary policy should remain accommodative given limited fiscal space.

KwaZulu-Natal Govt budget targets economic growth and job creation

While the bulk of the provincial budget in KwaZulu-Natal will go towards education and health, a significant portion will be spent on infrastructure programmes.

Western Cape budget speech 2012 : Full Transcript

Speech by Alan Winde Minister of Finance of the Western Cape budget speech 2012 western cape provincial legislature 1 March 2012.

Gauteng budget speech 2012: Full Transcript

The Gauteng provincial government will invest R15 million in infrastructure for smart cities in the new financial year, in a bid to trim unemployment and social transformation.

SA Budget 2012: Funding of Infrastructure Highlights

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan deliveres South Africa's 2012 budget at Parliament in Cape Town.

Budget 2012 is good news for first time buyers, but property transaction costs remain a concern

Although Seeff remains concerned about the impact on the already onerous transaction costs that flow from property transactions, chairman, Samuel Seeff nonetheless welcomed Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan’s 2012 Budget as responsible; one that sends an overall positive message to the country in light of the prevailing economic uncertainty.

South Africa Budget Speech 2012: Full Transcript

Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan delivered the 2012 Budget Speech, Parliament, February 22 2012. Finance minister says R105bn to be spent on social grants, R207bn on education.

High expectations ahead of Gordhan 2012 budget speech

With just hours to go before Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan delivers his speech, All eyes will be on the Minister as he delivers his 2012 Budget Speech in the National Assembly today.

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