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Budget 2022

All the latest news, views and analysis of finance minister Enoch Godongwana's budget address in Parliament

Business sector warms to ‘realistic’ budget speech

Minerals Council SA says commitment to reducing fiscal deficit bodes well for the discipline SA needs in managing its finances

State capture commission gets two-month extension

Court gives president more time to act on probe recommendations

Public protector has ‘no choice’ but to seek interdict over parliamentary inquiry

Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s intended application comes after a panel found there was prima facie evidence that she was incompetent and/or guilty of misconduct

Cosatu and opposition parties denounce ‘inadequate’ budget

Godongwana accused of skirting the issues of national debt, jobs and public-sector pay

Sugar industry dealt a blow as sugar tax is hiked

SA Cane Growers Association chair Andrew Russell will request a meeting with Godongwana to discuss the impact it will have on the industry

READ IN FULL: Enoch Godongwana presents Budget 2022

The minister stuck to his predecessor’s pledge to cut corporate tax and relief to workers

State in settlement talks with Huawei subsidiary over jobs for foreigners

Labour department alleges in lawsuit that the Chinese company’s workforce is not 60% South African

Godongwana pushes for a cut in public sector wage bill

Finance minister will discuss wage restructuring with unions at the end of March

Education department a key beneficiary of the tax windfall

Government sets aside R57.1bn for schooling and tertiary education and, of this, R32.6bn is earmarked for the National Student Financial Aid Scheme

Petrol taxes remain flat as fuel prices reach record highs

Finance minister Enoch Godongwana has acknowledged the challenges that rocketing petrol prices are forcing on South Africans

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