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Budget Speech 2022

The Minister of Finance, Enoch Godongwana, will on 23 February, table the 2022 Budget. Tune into any major radio or television station, or social media platforms, at 2pm to follow proceedings.

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Cabinet welcomes 2022 Budget Speech

Creecy welcomes carbon tax as mechanism to ensure lower greenhouse emission

Phaahla welcomes allocation for health interns

Fruit industry adopts socio-economic accord

Budget: SARS welcomes revised revenue estimate

Government to launch R15bn COVID business bounce-back scheme

R664.3 billion allocated to improve safety, security over three years

Government extends R350 COVID-19 grant by 12 months

New vape tax from January 2023

National Treasury, DPSA working to stabilise wage bill

Godongwana’s budget restores hope for vulnerable households

Treasury’s plan to reduce debt services costs

Inflation projected to reach 4.8% in 2022

R2.3 billion allocated for COVID-19 vaccines

Above inflation social grant increases

R2.4bn allocated to modernise public service ICT

Excise duties increase

Treasury proposes a percentage reduction in corporate income tax

Carbon tax rate to increase to R144

Economy projected to grow by 2.1% in 2022

Billions allocated for public infrastructure spending

Tax relief for households as Godongwana tables maiden budget

Draft legislation on retirement reform to be published for comment

2022 Budget Speech

Godongwana expected to deliver good news in maiden Budget Speech

Budget Speech 2022

Presidential Employment Stimulus programmes to reach 1 million beneficiaries

R11 billion World Bank loan above board, says Godongwana

Godongwana solicits 2022 Budget suggestions