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Johannesburg – Current estimates of the budget deficit come to R28bn, and Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan will share how he intends to raise this additional revenue when he announces the National Budget on February 22.

Gordhan will also lay out plans for government expenditure in the year ahead. Tax experts from Norton Rose Fulbright shared insights on where the minister is likely to direct expenditure.

According to Dale Cridlan, director of tax, Gordhan would probably address National Health Insurance, the nuclear build programme and the Fees Must Fall movement.

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