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Saturday 28 February 2015 | 11:55 PM    

Cabinet in bid to save face over budget blunder

by Phaladi Letswamotse
25-02-2015

 

Cabinet is reportedly working around clock to convince Parliament that the 1 percent across-the-board reduction of allocations to all ministries was made before the budget was presented and approved. It is understood that the plan is aimed at parrying impending legal action...

 

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