Columns 23.2.2017 04:48 pm

My government is faulty, can I please get a refund?

In the real world (which politicians don’t live in) no one would willingly hand over their money for this. Gordhan must know he’s giving our money to gangsters.

If there's one overwhelming reaction following the tax increases announced during yesterday's budget speech it's this: we don't mind paying more tax, but we're worried about what it is we're actually paying for.

My government is faulty, can I please get a refund?
My government is faulty, can I please get a refund?

My government is faulty, can I please get a refund?

In the real world (which politicians don’t live in) no one would willingly hand over their money for this. Gordhan must know he’s giving our money to gangsters.

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