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President Ramaphosa to present The Presidency Budget Vote

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President Cyril Ramaphosa will tomorrow, 31 May 2023 address the National Assembly on key interventions and programmes of The Presidency, including addressing the electricity crisis and growing an inclusive economy.

The President will do so as part of presenting the Presidency Budget Vote for 2023/24, which will be debated by Members of Parliament. The President will also reply to this debate on Thursday, 1 June 2023.

President Ramaphosa will outline progress recorded during the past financial year in relation to commitments set out in the February 2022 and 2023 State of the Nation Addresses.

At the apex of the Executive arm of the State, The Presidency is the centre of coordination, oversight and supervision across all spheres of Government. 

The Presidency supports the President and Deputy President in execution of their primary responsibilities to uphold, defend and respect the Constitution of the Republic and to advance social cohesion, among other programmes.

The President will underline his vision for a South Africa characterised by inclusive growth and improved living conditions for all South Africans.

Presidency Budget Vote:

Date: Wednesday, 31 May 2023
Time: 14h00
Venue: Good Hope Chambers, Parliament, Cape Town

Reply to Presidency Budget Vote debate:

Date: Thursday, 01 June 2023
Time: 14h00
Venue: Good Hope Chambers, Parliament, Cape Town

A broadcast feed will be provided.

Media enquiries: Vincent Magwenya, Spokesperson to the President – 082 835 6315

Issued by: The Presidency