I like Tito Mboweni as Minister of Finance. but today he went totally out of line when suggesting that we pay e-tolls. We do not afford it.#MTBPS2018— Sonndi🇿🇦 (@Sonndi_M) October 24, 2018
#MTBPS2018— MsKay💞 (@KgomotsoRamothi) October 24, 2018
I'll celebrate this announcement:
'Free Sanitary Pads for School Going Gals'
In a country where looting happens in Bn's & Tn's.
Surely we can do better than this!@TitoMboweni
The problem statement remains unresolved...Lack of affordability to buy Sanitary Pads!
He's going to card the cabinet but increase salary of the remaining ministers.— RichSnr (@MrSekatane) October 24, 2018
Our problems won't end #MTBPS2018
Tito sell all SOE to Private companies and recover this STATE CAPTURE MONEY. #MTBPS2018— Julian Knight (@JulsKnight) October 24, 2018
#MTBPS2018 we not paying your e-tolls @tito_mboweni more public taxes but continued wastefull expenditure by municipalities and eskom which goes UNPUNISHED. Not the anc our elders fought for. @OUTASA @wayneduv @Abramjee @CyrilRamaphosa @SaveTheVaal— Yaser (@yaser_saley) October 24, 2018
More money going to a bankrupt SAA? Once again, wasted expenditure. #MTBPS2018 Its bankrupt via government, so Privatize it and it will work. You know the definition of "insanity", doing the same thing and expecting different results.— Julian Knight (@JulsKnight) October 24, 2018