Informal sector indicate indifference to budget speech

Mawila. PIC: LINDIWE MOZOLA
Mawila. PIC: LINDIWE MOZOLA

FRANCISTOWN: On Monday members of the public will eagerly wait for the Minister of Finance and Development Planning Kenneth Matambo, to deliver the 2015/16, budget speech. However, some people in the informal sector have shown no interest in the fiscal announcement.

In a snap survey, informal traders indicated that they did not understand how the state anticipates future incomes as well as spending for the benefit of the country.

Shatisani Thapelo, a street vendor in Francistown told Mmegi that she has no interest in the budget speech and believes it only concerns the formal sector.

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