- Floyd Shivambu described Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's medium-term budget policy statement as underwhelming
- He does not feel that Mboweni's budget will save the country's economy
- Shivambu said Mboweni's policy has no strategies to ignite economic activity in SA
The EFF's Deputy President Floyd Shivambu was not very impressed with Tito Mboweni's medium-term budget policy statement on Wednesday.
In fact, Shivambu described the budget as underwhelming. He does not believe that Mboweni's budget will save South Africa's economy.
Overall, his maiden mid-term policy statement was underwhelming. There is no strategies to re-ignite economic activity in South Africa.
He added that this budget couldn't have left South Africans with renewed hope, according to a report by EWN.
Shivambu said that workers should be worried as it looks like Mboweni will be cutting on public service.
However, Mboweni made a number of important changes that could be seen as positive, as reported on by Briefly.co.za.
Here's what Shivambu had to say:
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