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Crypto assets: Are you prepared for the taxman?

South African taxpayers must realise that the time to regularise their cryptocurrency assets with the South African Revenue Service (SARS) has come, says Diane Seccombe, National Head of Taxation at Mazars. “While...

Will SA introduce a R10 coin? SARB ‘mulling its options’

Only 500 commemorative R10 coins have been produced before – but one SARB official believes ‘it makes financial sense’ to bring more into circulation. Well, this would be exciting: The SA Reserve...

SARB keeps rate on hold on well-anchored inflation expectations

The MPC unanimously decided to keep the policy rate unchanged at a historic low 3.5%, in line with expectations. Well anchored inflation expectations supported the decision. The SARB revised its inflation forecast...

SARB to splash cash on government bonds, will ‘increase market liquidity’

The SA Reserve Bank (SARB) said on Wednesday said it would begin buying an unspecified amount of government bonds as part of additional emergency policy measures aimed at alleviating a liquidity...

South Africa’s new cryptocurrency changes explained

At the beginning of January, the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) released a new consultation paper focusing on crypto assets in the country. Whilst the SARB’s consultation paper does not (at this stage) intend...

53 people exposed in South Africa’s great bank heist: Full report

A forensic investigation into the mass looting of VBS Mutual Bank has been completed, with investigators effectively finding that there is no way for the bank to be saved. The...

Limited room to manoeuvre as Mboweni faces mammoth task to revive SA economy

Nine years after leaving his post as governor of the South African Reserve Bank, Tito Mboweni is has been appointed as the nation’s finance minister and faces the unenviable task of...

Technical recession indicates SARB is behind the curve on rate cuts

The recent announcement that South Africa has officially entered a technical recession – characterised by two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth – indicates that the South African Reserve Bank (SARB)...

Gordhan’s knot: Economic and market scenarios

We set out how we think the markets and the economy would perform under three possible outcomes in the Hawks-Gordhan saga. Gordhan goes Under this scenario, we expect that USD/ZAR would...

Post Office branches celebrate breakthroughs with spring-clean day

Several Post Office’s in the Western Cape joined other branches all over South Africa on a spring-clean day on 31 August this year.  “Post Office branches nationally used the spring-clean...

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