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Minerals Council concerned about increasing need for international funding

Sub-investment grade ratings, growing public sector wage bills and shrinking tax collection were all evident before the COVID-19 crisis.

Will Tito Mboweni endure public sector fightback?

Dr Azar Jammine, Director and Chief Economist at Econometrix, breaks down Tito Mboweni’s Budget highlighting the massive cuts in public sector wage bills.
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Government urged to move faster on improving growth prospects

Weak business and investor confidence has resulted in gross investment being a low 17.9% of GDP, which is simply not high enough.
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Anglo American welcomes new system for capital flows in South Africa

“Mining is a critical driver of economic growth, transformation and development across many communities in South Africa," Mark Cutifani.
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Mboweni’s Budget Speech gets nod of approval from Minerals Council

The Minerals Council believes Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has taken several important steps to begin to address South Africa’s economic crisis.
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Budget speech in South Africa ignores mining sector

While there was little mention of mining, the medium-term budget speech anticipates little to no growth in the mining sector of South Africa.
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Attracting skilled immigrants to South Africa is key to growth

The South African Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni, has touched on the importance of attracting skilled people to South Africa in order to support growth.

Raised hopes for recovery of the South African economy

Following Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s first budget, economist Dr Azar Jammine has raised hopes for a “major recovery” in the South African economy.
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Tito Mboweni has a monumental task ahead of him

South Africa's new Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni, in collaboration with private sector has a monumental task ahead to rescue the South African economy.

A reluctant Tito Mboweni takes over from Nhlanhla Nene

Former finance minister Nhlanhla Nene, resigned to avoid exacerbating the stressed relationship between the public and private sectors.

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