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Finance minister Tito Mboweni delivers his budget policy statement in parliament, February 26 2020. Picture: SUNDAY TIMES/ESA ALEXANDER.
Finance minister Tito Mboweni delivers his budget policy statement in parliament, February 26 2020. Picture: SUNDAY TIMES/ESA ALEXANDER.

On Wednesday, Business Day TV covered the budget, providing expert analysis of finance minister Tito Mboweni’s speech.

Budget 2020

Post-budget 2020 discussion

We dissect all that finance minister Tito Mboweni's 2020 budget has brought to the fore, with chief economist at Citadel Maarten Ackerman, chief economist at IQ Business Sifiso Skenjana and Saica's national tax committee chair and partner at BDO David Warneke.


Personal finance panel

Bryan Hirsch is joined in studio by Harry Joffe from Discovery Life and Hanneke Farrand from ENS Africa for a look at how the budget will affect our personal finance.


Business panel

We discuss what the budget outcome means for business. Joining Business Day TV for this discussion is Marc Wainer and Associates’ Marc Wainer, the Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme's Sizwe Nxasana, BMF Investments' Bheki Sibiya and Sandile Zungu from the Black Business Council


Political panel

What does finance minister Tito Mboweni's budget reveal about the current politics at play? Hard decisions were taken within exceptionally difficult circumstances and joining Qaanitah Hunter with their take on it are political analyst Khaya Sithole and specialist reporter Karyn Maughan.


Tax panel

We turn our focus now to the main tax changes in the budget. Joining Business Day TV to unpack this is our panel of experts, which includes BDO Tax Services director Marcus Botha, Deloitte's Alex Gwala and KPMG associate director for global mobility services and employment tax advisory Sarika Rautenbach.

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