Tag: MTBPS

What will the outcome be for finmin Mboweni’s MTBPS?

South Africa will be waiting in anticipation tomorrow to hear what the Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni has to say as he addresses government plans for the next three years at the medium-term budget policy statement. CNBC Africa's Kopano Gumbi filed this special report.

Here’s what finmin Mboweni’s MTBPS should address to revive the economy

As Public Enterprises Minister, Pravin Gordhan announced a special paper on Eskom and unemployment hit a 11 year low the Currency took a hit. The rand reversed the gains of recent past, losing as much 20 cents to the dollar. Will tomorrow's medium-term budget policy statement by Finance Minister Tito Mboweni also wag the currency tail? What will happen to our state owned enterprises? Xhanti Payi, Lead Researcher and Economist at Nascence Advisory joins CNBC Africa for pre medium-term budget policy statement (MTBPS).

SA’s #MTBPS2018: Key takeaways

In 2017/18, for the first time since the 2008 global financial crisis, tax revenue growth did not exceed GDP growth.

#MTBPS2018: Public servants’ wages balloon, but headcount is not to blame

The wage bill remains the single largest component of expenditure.

#MTBPS2018: SARS withheld tax refunds under former Commissioner Moyane, these are the consequences…

#MTBPS2018 reveals dire consequences of former Commissioner Tom Moyane’s regime.

Expectations for policy change ahead of finmin Mboweni’s MTBPS address

There could be anything from increased vat to zero rated chicken. The much anticipated budget policy speech will be delivered tomorrow. CNBC Africa correspondent Thasami Soobyah has more.

Expectations from finmin Mboweni’s Medium Term Budget Policy Statement

David French, Tax Consulting Director at Mazars South Africa joins CNBC Africa to talk about expectations from Finance Minsiter Mboweni's Medium Term Budget Policy Statement.

#Budget2018 needs to be tougher than what SA has seen in the recent past

Old Mutual Investment Group’s Head of Economic Research, Johann Els argues significant tax hikes are needed.
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