Parliament, Thursday, 2 July 2020 – The Standing Committee on Finance, together with the Select Committee on Finance, will tomorrow morning hold a three-hour virtual meeting, from 09:00 to 12:00, to get response from the National Treasury with regard to the submissions made in the public hearing on the 2020 Revised Fiscal Framework.
On Tuesday, the committees listened to oral submissions on the 2020 Revised Fiscal Framework from a number of organisations, including the Congress of South African Trade Unions, Institute of South African Chattered Accountants, Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse, Fiscal Cliff Study Group, and Justice Budget Coalition. The National Treasury will then respond to all the submissions.
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