Follow us on:   
Home » Archives by category » BRICS News » South Africa (Page 3)

South Africa’s Finance Minister to announce budget

South Africa’s Finance Minister to announce budget

“I have a job to do in a difficult economic environment and serve South Africa as best I can."

Hectic discussions between BRICS leaders in India

Hectic discussions between BRICS leaders in India

Both Zuma and Putin referred to the "complicated global situation" during a bilateral meeting.

IMF: South Africa, Nigeria to see slower growth in 2017

IMF: South Africa, Nigeria to see slower growth in 2017

South Africa and Nigeria need to adjust their fiscal policies to reinvigorate growth.

Africa plans to boost rhino numbers

Africa plans to boost rhino numbers

Rhino populations fell 97 per cent between 1960 and 1990.

World wildlife conference opens in South Africa

World wildlife conference opens in South Africa

This is shaping up to be the most important gathering to date that focuses on wildlife trade and conservation, officials said.

South African economy reaps benefit of weak rand

South African economy reaps benefit of weak rand

Final sales soar 6.6 per cent in second quarter as exports surge 18.1 per cent

South Africa: Business leaders defend Finance Minister Gordhan

South Africa: Business leaders defend Finance Minister Gordhan

A number of civil society bodies and institutions have expressed outrage at Gordhan's "vilification".

South Africa’s youth employment tax incentive exceeds expectations

South Africa’s youth employment tax incentive exceeds expectations

The youth employment subsidy aimed at making training of young workers more affordable to smaller employers in particular.

South Africa’s FM: BRICS synergy is growing

South Africa’s FM: BRICS synergy is growing

Nkoana-Mashabane says South Africa will use its G20 participation to promote and strengthen the interests of Africa and the South.

BRICS economies moving away from recession

BRICS economies moving away from recession

Rising commodity and oil prices, coupled with political change, have fueled a strengthening of emerging markets, reports show.