AS IT HAPPENS: Reporter's notebook with Motheo Khoaripe
South Africa 22 February 2018

CAPE TOWN 22 February 2018 - Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says South Africa's fiscal outlook has improved since the October 2017 mini budget. Vuyo Mvoko speaks to eNCA’s Motheo Khoaripe for more on this.

eNews - 21 February 2018
South Africa 22 February 2018

IN THIS BULLETIN - Finance Minister, Malusi Gigaba has proposed several tax increases to generate an additional 36-billion rand this financial year. He was presenting the annual Budget Speech in Parliament this afternoon.

Gigaba says he is not worried about his job
South Africa 21 February 2018

CAPE TOWN, 21 February 2018 - Despite questions over his place in the government, the finance minister tells eNCA he's not worried about his future.

It was a difficult budget: finance minister
South Africa 21 February 2018

CAPE TOWN, 21 February 2018 - Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s first budget speech seems to have been welcomed. eNCA spoke to the minister moments after he delivered the speech.

‘We needed strong revenue to sustain us going forward’: Gigaba
South Africa 21 February 2018

CAPE TOWN, 21 February 2018 - Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba speaks after delivering his maiden full-term budget speech.

Social grants increase
South Africa 21 February 2018

PARLIAMENT, 21 February 2018 - Social grants will be increased incrementally.

Malusi Gigaba speaks corruption
South Africa 21 February 2018

PARLIAMENT, 21 February 2018 - Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says weeding out corruption at all levels of government is creating the right environment for investment.

DA chief whip disrupts the budget speech
South Africa 21 February 2018

PARLIAMENT, 21 February 2018 – John Steenhuisen asks the speaker of Parliament to consider disallowing Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba from presenting the budget speech.

Under The Skin : In conversation with Former Public Protector Advocate Thuli Madonsela Part 3 of 3
South Africa 21 February 2018

Thuli Madonsela addresses the speculation about her heading up the NPA and also talks about the terms of reference for the commission of inquiry into state capture. Too broad, too narrow or both?

Under The Skin : In conversation with Former Public Protector Advocate Thuli Madonsela Part 1 of 3
South Africa 21 February 2018

The Advocate who is now a professor at Stellenbosch University also talks about what drew her to academic life and the goals she has set.