Bay’s equitable share boosted by R36m

Budget not great but could’ve been worse, says metro’s finance political head


Despite political instability that nearly cost Nelson Mandela Bay billions, the National  Treasury has bumped the metro’s equitable share to R1.14bn for the 2021/2022 financial year.

This is R36.8m more than what the city was allocated for the previous financial year...

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