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Gordhan’s balanced budget strikes the right note

Gordhan’s fiscal rectitude will enable South Africa to retain a degree of policy sovereignty.

Minister Pravin Gordhan and his team at National Treasury should be praised for striking the correct fiscal balance in this year’s budget. Gordhan understands that fiscal rectitude is necessary for the growth and transformation of South Africa’s economy.

Gordhan’s balanced budget strikes the right note
Gordhan’s balanced budget strikes the right note

Gordhan’s balanced budget strikes the right note

Gordhan’s fiscal rectitude will enable South Africa to retain a degree of policy sovereignty.

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