Medium Term Budget Policy Statement

Busa, opposition parties welcome mid-term budget

Most opposition parties and Busa have broadly supported Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's medium-term budget policy statement tabled on Tuesday.

Brace yourself South Africa, we’re in for a rough ride

South Africans will have to tighten their belts, knuckle down and work together if we are to weather the economic storms ahead, says Pravin Gordhan.

Budget: Gordhan must make the best of a bad job market

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan will deliver his medium-term budget address in Parliament today amid increasing pressure to enable job growth.

Pravin’s social contract

Pravin Gordhan paused in his medium-term budget policy speech on Wednesday to make what seemed a rote remark about the tax season.

Parties give cautious nod to Gordhan’s budget

Political parties have given a cautious green light to Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement.

Govt eyes tougher controls on financial sector

Drastic exchange-control reforms and tougher controls over the financial sector are some of the highlights of the medium-term budget.

Gordhan: SA has limited options on currency

SA has few options to devalue its currency in the face of capital inflows and the race to do that by other countries could jeopardise global growth.

Gordhan presents upbeat budget

Exchange control reforms and the possibility of tougher controls over the financial sector are some highlights from the medium-term budget statement.

Attention turns to medium-term budget

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement on Wednesday will shed light on the state's spending priorities.

Mixed reaction to Manuel’s Budget

Opposition parties on Tuesday had mixed reactions to Finance Minister Trevor Manuel's Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement.

Manuel: ‘The thunder will pass’

The financial storm has arrived, said Finance Minister Trevor Manuel on Tuesday in presenting his Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement.

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