2022 Budget Tips & Budget OutreachCall for comments opened 20 January 2022 Share this page:
Submissions are now closed (since 16 February 2022)
The Minister of Finance, Mr Enoch Godongwana, will deliver his inaugural National Budget Speech on 23 February 2022.
The budget is the most important economic instrument of government, as it reflects the country's socio-economic policy priorities by translating priorities and political commitments into expenditures.
Minister Godongwana invites South Africans to share their suggestions on the Budget – what should government be spending on, how to address a large budget deficit, new sources of tax revenues, and other Budget-relevant information.
Click on this link to provide a budget tip.
In addition, National Treasury invites South African organisations, including higher learning institutions, to indicate interest in hosting the National Treasury for a virtual Budget outreach programme. The outreaches will run from March until April 2022 on a virtual platform. See Statement
The MTBPS makes it possible for Parliament and the public to interact with government's budget plans several months ahead of the main budget.
Following their tabling in the National Assembly, the BRRRs are submitted to the Minister of Finance and relevant Minister responsible for the portfolio/department. Upon delivery of the main Budget, the Minister of Finance will explain how the budget gives effect to these recommendations from Parliament, or why they have not been taken into account.