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24 February

The second series will be available for viewing on May 7, and subsequent episodes will be released every Friday. The premiere of the first episode of the animated series Star Wars: The Bat Batch will be held on May 4 on the platform of the Disney+ streaming service of the American company The Walt Disney […]

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24 February

From 2021, expenditure failureaccountability is expected to take centre stage as the National Treasury is set to review provincial infrastructure sector funding policies. In its 2021 Budget Review, the National Treasury said this would be accompanied by proposals of how grants, incentives and other funding can best be structured to coordinate planning and budgeting. Treasury […]

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24 February

Finance Tito Mboweni has announced that government will over the next three years allocate R213.4 billion to ensure the safety of the country through an efficient and effective criminal justice system. The function accounts for 12.1 percent of consolidated expenditure, declining from R218.6 billion in 2020/21 to R213.4 billion in 2023/24. “Most departments in this […]

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24 February

A total R217 billion will be spent over the next three-years on ambitious economic development programmes aimed at promoting faster and sustained inclusive economic growth, National Treasury said on Wednesday.  “Over the medium term, R14.6 billion is allocated to finalise outstanding land restitution claims and support land reform initiatives, including for subsistence and smallholder farmers,” […]

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24 February

The country will in the next three years see community development funding reach R240.7 billion, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has revealed. This function facilitates access to housing and basic services and affordable public transport. It also supports spatial transformation and urban development. Over the medium term, total expenditure is expected to grow from R211.5 billion […]

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24 February

In support of government’s quest to inoculate 67 percent of the South African population, the National Treasury will inject an amount of R9 billion to the country’s COVID-19 vaccination programme. This was on Wednesday revealed by Finance Minister Tito Mboweni while delivering the 2021 Budget Speech in Parliament. With South Africa having recorded over 1.5 […]

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24 February

While education continues to be a priority, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has announced that government will in the next three years trim expenditure in the learning and culture function.  The Minister revealed this while delivering the 2021 Budget Speech, in Parliament, on Wednesday. Over the medium term, the learning and culture function accounts for R1.23 […]

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24 February

Social grants will from April increase by below inflation rates of between 1.0 and 3.4 percent, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has announced. Coupled by this will be the ending of the social relief of distress grant in the same month, seeing expenditure on grants decreasing by 2.2 percent over the next three years.  “Total social […]

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24 February

Government will in the next financial year avail an additional R8 billion to the health system for the country’s COVID-19 pandemic response. This will be in addition to the R20 billion the state allocated in the 2020/21 financial year, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni said on Wednesday, while delivering the 2021 Budget Speech, in Parliament. In […]

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24 February

As the country begins to roll out a massive vaccination programme, the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is projected to grow by a rate of 3.3 percent in 2021. Releasing the Budget Review for the next three years, the National Treasury said on Wednesday the COVID-19 shock is estimated to have led to a 7.2 percent […]

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