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Business Day TV analyses finance minister Enoch Godongwana’s 2022 budget with Iraj Abedian, founder and CEO of Pan African Investment & Research Services; Michael Sachs, former head of the Treasury Budget Office; and Colin Coleman, co-chairman of the Youth Employment Service​.

Budget Day 2022 on Business Day TV (DStv channel 412) is brought to you by Saica. 

Read more here about Saica's special Budget 2022 webcast, Accounting for Implementation, and reserve your spot.

So was this a good "tax" budget? Khanyisa Cingo-Ngandu, head of tax at SNG Grant Thornton; Keith Engel, CEO of SAIT; David Warneke, chair of Saica’s National Tax Committee and partner at BDO; and Dennis Davis, chair of the Davis Tax Committee, discuss the major tax changes unveiled by Godongwana.

Is there any reason for business to be excited about Godongwana's 2022 budget? Busisiwe Mavuso, CEO of Business Leadership SA; John Dludlu, CEO of the Small Business Institute; and Mike Brown, CEO of Nedbank Group, share their views on what it means for the business community.

What does Godongwana’s budget reveal about the current politics at play? Tony Ehrenreich, deputy parliamentary officer for Cosatu, and political analysts Daniel Silke and Rebone Tau share their views.

WATCH | Budget 2022: our pre-budget panel discussion

The 2022 pre-Budget panel discussion gave the finance minister an idea of what local and international stakeholders wanted to see from the Budget speech in Parliament. Panellists were Razia Khan, chief economist: Africa & Middle East at Standard Chartered; Kyle Mandy, partner: tax technical & policy at PwC; Iraj Abedian, founder and CEO of Pan African Investment & Research Services (and a member of Saica's National Tax Committee); and Colin Coleman, former Goldman Sachs CEO for sub-Saharan Africa.

WATCH | Budget 2022: Will it be enough to revive SA’s economy?

The budget aims to strike a balance between competing national spending priorities, and it comes at a time when SA’s economic recovery faces fresh challenges. Business Day TV spoke to Deborah Tickle, Saica member and adjunct professor at the University of Cape Town, about what she expects from the speech.