National Budget 2014 | Western Cape Government

National Budget 2014

The national budget speech was presented to Parliament by the Minister of Finance on 26 February 2014.

What is the Budget Speech?
The budget speech is the national government's spending plan for the coming financial year. In the speech, the national minister of finance explains how the government will be allocating money to the government's different objectives and programmes.

Why is the Budget Speech Important?
The budget speech is important because it outlines the government's priorities for the next financial year. Budget allocations are a key indicator of the level of importance the government places on certain social and economic issues.

What are the Key Focus Areas of this Year's Budget?
You can read the full budget speech for 2014, as well as previous budget speeches below.

The content on this page was last updated on 26 February 2015