No to VAT increases

We refuse to pay back the money stolen through ANC government corruption

Over the last decade, the ANC government has stolen billions of South Africans’ money. Now they are trying to make us pay back that money by increasing VAT.

This VAT increase means that parents will pay more when they buy school uniforms and books for their children, and mothers will pay more for nappies and other basics.

Meanwhile, the budget makes no cuts to the bonuses and salaries of high ranking government officials. There were no cuts to the bloated South African executive, which now has 74 ministers and deputy ministers, all raking in salaries of over R2,000,000 per year.

Instead of cutting the fat, the ANC government chose to increase VAT, and take more out of our pockets.

We refuse to support this budget, and you can help us make sure it is never passed in Parliament.

Government can afford its full budget without increasing VAT.

We have identified R112 billion available if government is willing to make bold spending cuts, stop corruption and get rid of wasteful luxury spending.

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Over the last decade, the ANC government has stolen billions of South Africans’ money. Now they are trying to make us pay back that money by increasing VAT.

This VAT increase means that parents will pay more when they buy school uniforms and books for their children, and mothers will pay more for nappies and other basics.

Meanwhile, the budget makes no cuts to the bonuses and salaries of high ranking government officials. There were no cuts to the bloated South African executive, which now has 74 ministers and deputy ministers, all raking in salaries of over R2,000,000 per year.

Instead of cutting the fat, the ANC government chose to increase VAT, and take more out of our pockets.

We refuse to support this budget, and you can help us make sure it is never passed in Parliament.

Government can afford its full budget without increasing VAT.

We have identified R112 billion available if government is willing to make bold spending cuts, stop corruption and get rid of wasteful luxury spending.