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Western Cape Budget 2011

(Western Cape Government)
Western Cape Finance Minister Alan Winde delivered the provincial budget speech on 1 March 2011. In his speech he outlined the provincial government's priority spending plan for the next financial year.
What is the budget speech?
The budget speech is the provincial government's spending plan for the coming financial year. The provincial Minister of Finance is responsible for allocating money to the provincial government's different objectives and programmes.

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

Where can I read the 2011 budget speech?

Have your say
Minister Alan Winde's budget speech focused on economic growth and job creation, with the Education and Health departments receiving the largest share of the budget. What are your thoughts? The Western Cape Provincial Treasury invites you to comment on the 2011 Western Cape Budget. You can send your comments to WesternCape.Treasury@pgwc.gov.za

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