Limpopo’s Treasury MEC, Rob Tooley will on Thursday present the mid-term budget at the Lebowakgomo legislature.
Tooley is expected to make budget adjustments to budgets allocated to various departments.
Just like the rest of the country, Limpopo is experiencing low economic growth, high rate of unemployment and poverty
The province is reliant on mining – in the Waterberg and Sekhukhune districts, agriculture and tourism.
The apex priorities of the provincial government – Education and Health departments – were allocated the biggest slices from the R61 billion budget. They were allocated R28 and 18 billion respectively.