South Africa Fiscal Trends Overview (Quarterly Report)

A quarterly overview of fiscal indicators, highlighting the trends and composition of variables such as government revenue; government expenditure; the government deficit; and public sector saving, investment and debt.


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South Africa Fiscal Trends (Quarterly Report) - February 2017

Government's cash-book deficit averaged 3.4% of GDP in the year ended September 2016.

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South Africa Fiscal Trends (Quarterly Report) - November 2016

Government's cash-book deficit averaged 3.4% of GDP in the year ended June 2016.

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South Africa Fiscal Trends (Quarterly Report) - August 2016

Government's cash-book deficit averaged 3.6% of GDP in the year ended March 2016.

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South Africa Fiscal Trends (Quarterly Report) - April 2016

Government's cash-book deficit averaged around 3.7% of GDP in 2015.

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South Africa Fiscal Trends (Quarterly Report) - February 2016

Government's cash-book deficit averaged around 3.8% of GDP for the 12 months ended Sep 2015.

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South Africa Fiscal Trends (Quarterly Report) - October 2015

National Government’s gross loan debt has shown a fairly strong uptrend over the past two to three years and it is anticipated that government debt will rise from 23% of GDP in 2009 to just more than 50% of GDP in 2017/2018.

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South Africa Fiscal Trends (Quarterly Report) - July 2015

National Government’s gross loan debt has shown a fairly strong uptrend over the past two to three years and it is anticipated that government debt will rise from 23% of GDP in 2009 to just more than 50% of GDP in 2016/2017.

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South Africa Fiscal Trends (Quarterly Report) - April 2015

National government expenditure as a percentage of GDP, averaged around 24% during the period 2000-2007.

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South Africa Fiscal Trends (Quarterly Report) – January 2015

National government expenditure as a percentage of GDP, averaged around 24% during the period 2000-2007.

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