The basis of South Africa’s annual budgets needs an overhaul. Here’s why, and how

 Medium-term expenditure frameworks can be useful only when they are based on comprehensive medium-term development plans.

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Mis en ligne par Matthew Kofi Ocran, Professor of Economics, University of the Western Cape
 22/02/2021

The basis of South Africa’s annual budgets needs an overhaul. Here's why, and (...)

 Medium-term expenditure frameworks can be useful only when they are based on comprehensive medium-term development plans.

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