South Africa Tables Medium Term Budget

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's Medium Term Budget proposals were broadly welcomed by political parties, although some questioned the Treasury's influence on the government to implement the policy.

  • South Africa:  Finance Minister Brave - Parties

    South African Press Association, 25 October 2012

    Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's Medium Term Budget proposals were broadly welcomed by political parties on Thursday, although some questioned the Treasury's influence on the ... read more »

Minister Pravin Gordhan after delivering his 2012 Budget Speech at Parliament, Cape Town.

  • South Africa:  MPs Welcome Gordhan's Measures to Contain Debt

    SAnews.gov.za, 25 October 2012

    MPs have welcomed the Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan's measures to clamp down on public debt, following his tabling of the Medium Term Budget Policy Statement in the National ... read more »

  • South Africa:  Gordhan Shares Details On Medium Term Health Funding

    Health-e, 25 October 2012

    Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has delivered his Medium Term Budget Policy Statement. Gordhan acknowledged that there has been mismanagement of supplies to schools and hospitals ... read more »

  • South Africa:  All Eyes On Mid-Term Budget

    SAnews.gov.za, 24 October 2012

    Details on government's planned infrastructure development, South Africa's credit rating and growth forecast are some of the issues business hopes to gain clarity on when Finance ... read more »

  • South Africa:  All Eyes On Gordhan's Mid-Term Budget

    SouthAfrica.info, 23 October 2012

    Details on the government's planned infrastructure drive and economic growth forecasts are some of the issues business hopes to gain clarity on when Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan ... read more »

  • South Africa:  Six Challenges for Minister Gordhan in His Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (press release)

    Democratic Alliance, 23 October 2012

    South Africa is in the eye of an economic storm. We have ended up here because the current national government, from the President down, has failed to speak with one voice on the ... read more »

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