It’s only newsworthy if John’s put his 10 cents in…
It gets deeper and deeper.
They say numbers speak louder than words. This is certainly true of Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s mid-term budget speech this week.
Gigaba’s Mid Term Budget Speech couldn’t avoid the elephant in the room, but neither did it do anything to clear it out the way
You don’t have to be an economist to put two and two together on this one
South Africans React: The mid-term budget speech by Malusi Gigaba has gathered quite the reaction from the public. Check this out…
Watch to stay up to date with proceedings in parliament? We’ve got you covered.
The Trade Union body have predicted it will be a ‘new bottle of the same old rancid wine’. Damn…
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While the National Assembly applauded Pravin Gordhan’s budget speech, four members chose not to stand or even clap…
These are the tax table adjustments for those of us who don’t fall in the super rich income bracket.
As usual South Africans online had the best reactions.
Here are some of the most important numbers mentioned in the budget.
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According to economics expert Andre Roux, finance minister Pravin Gordhan’s plan for the next 12 months could end up as nothing but a hollow speech should he be removed afterwards.
A lot more goes into the making of South Africa’s final national budget than many people realise. The process involves extensive legalities designed to ensure public oversight.
With stalled economic growth and threats of credit rating downgrade, South Africa’s 2017/18 budget will need to dig deep to foster recovery.
Clearly overwhelmed by all the numbers; the president took a little power nap during Pravin Gordhan’s mid-term budget speech.
MPs – and South Africans on Twitter – showed all the love for the Finance Minister.
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The three-day trip will cost R160 000 which, according to a city spokesperson, is “in comparison to the total cost of municipal representatives travelling to Johannesburg to attend a conference for the day”.