The South African Rand began on the back foot ahead of the budget speech this week. Here’s how the ZAR fluctuated during Tito Mboweni’s 2021 budget speech.
Tito Mboweni delivered the 2021 Budget Speech. Here’s what he had to say about the social grants that so many South Africans depend on.
It’s yet another tough, tough Budget Speech for Tito Mboweni – but the Finance Minister has detailed exactly how the Treasury will spend our money in 2021.
Excise duty on alcohol and tobacco products has increased by 8% in order to curb excessive drinking, Mboweni said during his Budget Speech.
Learners, youths and parents will be protesting outside Parliament ahead of Tito Mboweni’s budget speech demanding a “People’s Budget” that prioritises basic human rights.
We’ve got a live stream of the Budget speech for 2021 here – but what time will Tito Mboweni address South Africa on Wednesday 24 February?
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s budget speech comes in the wake of shocking unemployment figures and a warning by ratings agency Moody’s, to further downgrade the country’s credit rating
Tax Justice SA say that hiking tax on booze and smokes is a ‘kick in the teeth’ for consumers and will only serve to embolden crime networks.
According to a PWC report entitled “South Africa’s economic outlook What can Budget 2021 do to help?” businesses and consumers will be hoping for some clarity regarding the following seven points.
Experts are calling for a 20% hike in sugar tax due to the health sector’s ongoing battle with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Experts are also forecasting increases in the corporate tax rate as well as changes to the capital gains tax (CGT) rate.
The Western Cape’s Medium-Term Budget focuses on allocating funding to areas that support job creation, safety, and social well-being.
Political parties such as the DA and the FF Plus are not at all impressed by Mboweni’s mid-term budget speech. Here’s what they had to say.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni said it’s not true that the R500 billion relief package was entirely lost to corruption.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s mid-term budget speech ultimately deciphers the lay of the land. Here’s what you need to know.
Mboweni’s master plan to finance South Africa’s economic recovery plan will require a fair amount of support from taxpayers
Ahead of Finance minister Tito Mboweni’s Meduim Term Budget Policy Statement Cosatu has called on Treasury to prioritise spending on infrastructure.
Mboweni will deliver his third budget speech of 2020 to Parliament today, with spiralling debt and dire economic growth set to be addressed.
The mid-term Budget Speech kicks off at 14:00 on Wednesday – here’s a brief preview of what Tito Mboweni has in store for South Africa.
It’s reported that more than half of tax revenue will be directed to public servant salaries. Here’s how much we’re looking at.
(Partner Content) South Africa’s COVID-19 cases are still on the rise.
The EFF said Mboweni’s supplementary budget was nothing more than ‘continuations and concretisation of a discredited austerity budget’.
Mboweni said that SA is set to miss out on R300 billion in tax revenue, and this is likely to cripple the country’s ability to repay debt.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni certainly has a way with words, and he has articulated his frugality beautifully here.