The Budget presents a dilemma to the unions. Mboweni himself grappled with the conflicting demands, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
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'We are facing a difficult season next year, but I have to demonstrate that I can perform consistently,' says Pierre Gasly.
'Lewis is chasing all the records and he has a good chance of getting most of them. Going to Ferrari would be the culmination of all of it and I suspect he is thinking about it,' says 1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve.
Jacques Villeneuve has hit out at the way both the FIA and Racing Point handled the recent saga involving Renault's outlawed brake balance system.
Formula 1's forthcoming sprint race qualifying format risks turning the sport into 'a game', that is the view of 1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve.
Jean Todt has his eyes on Leclerc and believes the Ferrari driver can be the next Schumacher legend.
Both Valtteri Bottas and Toto Wolff say the Finnish driver will be in Formula 1 next year.
One of Williams' biggest sponsors is giving the struggling team time to improve.
Mick Schumacher is under great pressure to perform in 2019.
'The truth is, in the F1 paddock, nobody even knows when the Formula E races are on,' says Jacques Villeneuve.
Jock Clear is returning to his familiar role as race engineer for 2019.
This week, F1 announced that it wants the sport to be "sustainable" by 2025, and then completely "net-zero carbon" by 2030.
'What's the idea with helping the small teams who don't deserve it? Does an organisation like Williams have the right to be as fast as Mercedes or Ferrari? The answer is obviously no,' says Jacques Villeneuve.
1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve says Max Verstappen is a 'bad role model' following a yellow flag incident for Valtteri Bottas' crash.
The Formula 1 calendar is becoming 'too long and boring', according to 1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve.
Red Bull's Verstappen has no interest in what Nico Rosberg's opinions are.
Jacques Villeneuve does not think Mercedes should drop Valtteri Bottas.
Jacques Villeneuve says F1 drivers have "no respect" for their on-rack rivals.
Former F1 champ Jacques Villeneuve applauds the way Max Verstappen and his father, Jos, took control of the Red Bull team.
Jacques Villeneuve thinks Valtteri Bottas' days at Mercedes could be numbered.
Signing Charles Leclerc for next season will either "destroy" the Monaco driver as Sebastian Vettel tries to "eat him alive", or it will hurt Ferrari, says Jacques Villeneuve.
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