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Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko Has Just Revealed Useful Information To The Public

JOHANNESBURG - Gauteng Finance MEC Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko has changed the commonplace financial plan upwards by R7 billion.

The MEC postponed her Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement on Thursday.

Her change implies that the financial plan increments from the R142.5 billion postponed in March to R149.5 billion.

In the changed financial plan, wellbeing and schooling stay the greatest gainers, being assigned R3 million all the more each.

Nkomo-Ralehoko said this would go towards the COVID-19 reaction and the fundamental schooling youth work drive.

"R5.4 million towards the wellbeing human asset reaction plan to COVID-19 and R1.2 billion for the official youth work drive financing towards the fundamental schooling youth business drive. Wellbeing staff and collaborator medical caretakers will get R74.6 million and social improvement social specialists will get R43.7 million," MEC Nkomo-Ralehoko said.

She said that R378 million would be redistributed for individual defensive hardware in the Education Department.

The financial plan for the Roads and Transport Department was cut the most, losing over R112,000.

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Gauteng MEC Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko


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