The City of Capetown has published its Draft Budget 2020/21
The City of Cape Town’s budget reflects its key policy decisions and priorities, determines rates increases and indicates where money will be spent on programmes and services.
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1. Relief in aftermath of COVID-19
No relieve is proposed for the aftermath of COVID-19
2. Salary Increases for COCT top Executives
Draft Budget proposes top executives to get a 5.2% – 53.68% salary increases.
3. Relief for Pensioners
No additional relief is proposed for pensioners in the Draft Budget
4. Rates Increase
A 3,96% increase proposed for residential property rates
5. Water & Electricity
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