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Budget baked for rating agencies

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Sparking an immediate celebration in the rand and bond markets, the 2020 Budget Speech ticked all the right boxes for markets, depicting a government that is reform-minded and ready to show its muscles.

Budget 2020 | SA Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s Speech

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The 2020 Budget was tabled to Parliament on 26 February 2020 by South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni.

Will the 2020 budget promise SA secure ownership rights and freedom?

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Minister of Finance Tito Mboweni will deliver his 2020 budget speech today. South Africa enters a new decade with a growth forecast of only 0.7% (according to ratings agency Moody’s).

Budget 2020 – wish list and tax incentives

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Every year, when I start thinking about the annual Budget Speech, I wonder what is to come. Is this the year that the corporate tax rate will change? Maybe capital gains will finally be 100% taxable? Or something more low key, like an increase in the Securities Transfer Tax?

Working together, South Africans can grow a strong economy!

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Winning the rugby World Cup has shown what South Africans can do if they put aside differences and work together. What can we do to allow the spirit and courage that the Springboks displayed on the rugby field to spill over into the hearts and minds of all South Africans?

MTBPS 2019 – SA Finance Minister Tito Mboweni

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The Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) 2019 was tabled to Parliament on 30 October 2019 by South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni.

Mboweni sends the right signal?

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Finance minister Tito Mboweni’s new economic strategy paper is a refreshing, much needed breath of fresh air for an economy struggling for oxygen. The paper is replete with common sense proposals all aimed at achieving the economic growth South Africa desperately needs. We have been stumbling along a low-growth path of high taxes, kilometres of red-tape, wealth redistribution, and anti-individualism for far too long. If Mboweni’s paper can be taken as a true step in a new direction, a direction of more individual freedom, South Africa will see green shoots of recovery almost immediately.

Step forward for SA, but still a long road ahead…

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The Q4 2018 GDP growth numbers are encouraging in light of the tough environment that we have just emerged from. Given that we came out of a technical recession in 2018, the turnaround to see positive growth for the full year is heartening. And while it may still not be enough to address many of our structural issues, the positive signs are likely to keep the rating agencies at bay.

Budget 2019 | comment – conservative budget with no sweeping changes

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As expected, this was a conservative budget with no sweeping changes to most forms of taxation. The Finance Minister took advantage of some new revenue sources such as carbon taxes, but, for the most part, continued to stick to the script of limiting bracket creep adjustment, sin taxes and fuel levies to raise more money.

Budget 2019 | ‘Send us’ – the long journey to Ramaphosa’s...

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The stakes have never been higher, and despite Minister Tito Mboweni’s always-jovial presence in parliament as he tabled Budget 2019, his words prepared us for the bitter medicine that must be swallowed before we can experience economic recovery.

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