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

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HILARY JOFFE: Budget puts SA back on path to stabilising debt

Godongwana uses 45% of medium-term revenue overshoot to cut public debt

Old Mutual and Nedbank budget speech competition in golden anniversary

The contest asks students to put themselves in the shoes of the finance minister to solve complex policy problems

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

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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

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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Godongwana promises ‘tough love’ on distressed parastatals

Finance minister says there will be no blanket approach to providing bailouts to the SOEs

Treasury extends first phase of carbon tax by three years

By extending phase 1 of the carbon tax, the government risks jeopardising SA’s efforts to meet its climate goals

Additional R2.25bn set aside for SA’s flagging Covid-19 immunisation drive

This year’s budget review is virtually silent on National Health Insurance, but Treasury has set aside R8.8bn over the medium term for the NHI

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SA to tap global markets for another $11bn in next three years

Treasury says the market funding will be used to meet SA’s foreign currency commitments

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