MTN has secured a contract whereby it will provide communication services to government until 2026.
Government has set aside R100 billion in order to create jobs in the midst of COVID-19. Here’s how it will be allocating those funds.
It is the final portion of the R3.2 billion that the National Treasury has provided the broadcaster.
“We are determined to break with the past patterns of bailouts” says the Department of Public Enterprise.
The DA reckons such an amount could be put to better use.
The SABC revealed in May that they had applied for a bailout.
Treasury says that selling government’s stake in Telkom is one of the options being explored.
It was also revealed today that the Gupta-owned The New Age BizBrief cost the SABC R20 million in revenue that it did not make back.
Municipal Money aims to promote transparency and citizen engagement through the visualization and ‘demystification’ of information about municipal spending.
The Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services has again failed to connect any school or government building to broadband internet.
Minister of Finance, Pravin Gordhan, has detailed how National Treasury will fund the proposed no university fee increase for poor students in 2017.
He may be busy with the Hawks today, but in other Pravin Gordhan news the finance minister is canvassing the public for ideas for the next budget speech.
Eskom says it will full co-operate with an investigation launched by the National Treasury.
Scams are circulating that are asking people to deposit money into a bank account to help President Zuma pay for non-security Nkandla upgrades.
Those found to have contravened South African tax laws face possible actions such as imposition of taxes and criminal prosecution.
That’s R8.5 billion in total.
The Department of Higher Education plans to take chunks of already its existing grants to cover university funding for 2016.
Expenditure on the issuing of Smart ID Cards this year totals R760 million.