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Finance minister Tito Mboweni presents his 2019 budget speech in parliament, Cape Town, on February 20 2019. Picture: GCIS/ELMOND JIYANE
Finance minister Tito Mboweni presents his 2019 budget speech in parliament, Cape Town, on February 20 2019. Picture: GCIS/ELMOND JIYANE

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


Budget 2019 

A panel of experts, including of Lumkile Mondi, senior lecturer at the Wits School of Economics and Business Science; Zweli Mabhoza, the founder and director of Priority Tax; and Citadel chief economist Maarten Ackerman, joined Business Day TV to talk about the 2019/2020 budget.

What did finance minister Tito Mboweni have to say about tax in the 2019/2020 budget? Marcus Botha from BDO; Muneer Hassan, senior tax lecturer at the University of Johannesburg; and David Warneke, chair of the SA Institute of Chartered Accountants’ (Saica) national tax committee, discuss this and other issues on Business Day TV.

With a general election due in a few months’ time, finance minister Tito Mboweni had many challenges while compiling his budget. Lefthook political analyst Vukani Mde, political economist Ralph Mathekga and political analyst Daniel Silke joined Business Day TV to discuss the political lie of the land.

How has business responded to the 2019/2020 budget? Nampak CEO Andre de Ruyter and Small Business Institute executive director Bernard Swanepoel joined Business Day TV to discuss the budget.

Bryan Hirsch is joined in the Business Day TV studio by Hanneke Farrand, director of private clients at ENS Attorneys, and Lizl Budhram, head of advice at Old Mutual Personal Finance, to discuss how the budget will affect personal finance.

The Editing Allowed team, led by Financial Mail editor Rob Rose, discuss the 2019/2020 budget