Policies

South Africa 'to speed up economic transformation'

South Africa will enter a new "radical phase" of economic transformation over the next five years to address poverty and unemployment, President Jacob Zuma said in his reply to the debate on the State of the Nation address in Parliament on Thursday.

South African President Jacob Zuma

SA 'busy tackling issues raised by IMF'

South Africa is already busy tackling the issues raised by the International Monetary Fund in its latest country report, with the Cabinet having agreed on a number of domestic measures to reignite economic growth, the National Treasury said on Tuesday.


NDP is South Africa's roadmap: Zuma

President Jacob Zuma has reiterated the government's support for the National Development Plan as South Africa's "long-term socio-economic development roadmap", saying the plan "ensures certainty with regards to the direction of the country in the next 20 years".


SA looks to manufacturing for growth

The latest three-year roll-over of South Africa's Industrial Policy Action Plan focuses squarely on boosting the country's manufacturing sector in order to grow jobs, exports and the production of value added goods, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.

More stories from this section...

Budget 2014/15

South African Treasury

The National Treasury seeks to advance economic growth and job creation through appropriate macro-economic, fiscal and financial policies. >

Reserve Bank

South Africa's central bank enjoys considerable autonomy, while working closely with the Treasury to formulate monetary policy. >

Black economic empowerment

Overview, codes and charters, initiatives, news and links. >

MediaClubSouthAfrica

Helping the media cover the South African story >