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Johannes
Yes I do
Mandatory Pension Fund
Lizelle
No I do not
The paper in its entirety
Bongani
Yes I do
No concern
Dawn
Mandatory Pension Fund
As I have justifiably no confidence that any government run institution will handle the finances with integrity, I would prefer that such a fund be handled by an audited company.

A lesser percentage to start with may be a more acceptable introduction, but only if handled by a non governmental, reputable organisation and until we see the operation being handled with integrity and efficiency.
Jan
Yes I do
Mandatory Pension Fund
Roelof
No I do not
The paper in its entirety
Already paying to mutch tax.
To manny people is not contrubuting due to
unemployment.Reduse personal tax and increase vat.All businesses to be vat registerd.
All south africans is spending money to eat but not all shouth africans is paying tax.
Busisiwe
No I do not
The paper in its entirety
Jean
No I do not
Universal Basic Income Grant
The more grants, the more children.
Harold
No I do not
The paper in its entirety
While I firmly believe that we as the greater society have an obligation to contribute to the upliftment of society, especially the less fortunate, I CANNOT and WILL NOT support an ANC Government initiative such as this one. This attempt at looting generations of savings CANNOT and MUST NOT be supported. The ANC Governing party and our Government are inept, ill-equipped, incompetent and all round untrusted to manage any financial or social funding. Examples of mis-management, poor and maladministration, fraud and corruption is evident in NSFAS, GEMS, IDC, SAA, SAPS, SA Military (PEP and Ammunitions fraud and theft), Health Ministry (Fraud and Theft), SAPO, DENEL, ESKOM, Ministry of Arts and Culture and the list goes on. Even the NAC Party are unable to manage or repay its R200 million debt or even pay salaries. I estimate R1 trillion has been stolen from tax payers and citizens already - IS THIS NOT ENOUGH? IT IS TIME FOR A FULL BLOWN TAX REVOLT.
Lesar
No I do not
The paper in its entirety
Mienie
No I do not
The paper in its entirety
We do not trust the Government with our finances. The reason is obvious: too much corruption in the government departments.
Terene
No I do not
The paper in its entirety
Mbali
No I do not
Universal Basic Income Grant
I think our government should be working hard in creating conducive en ironments for more job opportunities instead. Most unemployed people want to work, not necessarily have the R350 grant as a solution. Yes, it does assist for now but taking it from the already underplayed workers is not fair. Cost of living is getting higher and higher with very minimal salary increases (if any). Now we must be taxed 10% more than we already are being taxed? This is observed...
Sheri
No I do not
The paper in its entirety
Everyine that earns under R7500pm will resigned from their jobs to get this morning from government. Those who simply do not want to work will benefit from this which is not fair!!!
Justin
this is a disaster. the state is incapable of managing finances, and the added tax burden is unneccisary. The money will all be stolen
dolly
No I do not
Universal Basic Income Grant
This will also be stolen
Lindokuhle
No I do not
The paper in its entirety
ANC has lost lots of public money through corruption and waistfull expenditure and nobody is held accountable.There are no jobs and has made people dependant on grants which is not sustainable but has become a way of keeping keeping themselves in power.Now at the expense of few that are lucky to be working.
Peter seadimo
Not fully
Universal Basic Income Grant
The challange is that any project that involves cash in our government it get milked dry by some officials, then it does not serve the intended purpose even though it sounds like a good thing. So up until there some guarantees that this will only serve its intended reasons
Dirk
No I do not
The paper in its entirety
How much more stupid ideas do they want to implement in their corruptive way of controlling this beautiful damaged country. We are paying high tax on salaries, fuel, tobacco, alcohol, day to day food need etc. How many of that stupid suggested percent of money will end up in corruption. No no no.
Riekus
No I do not
The paper in its entirety
This is a brilliant idea ,but not In a country controlled by a bunch of thiefs and crooks ,this will only be another lid less pot with eazy money to get hands on for the thiefs that control it.