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South Africa Government Budget: Revenues and Spending

South Africa Government Budget Data

Indicator Data Period
Government Budget Value -37078 ZAR Million | -2.077 B USD Aug/22
Government Spending 901380 ZAR Million | 50.49 B USD 2Q/22
Government Revenues 138643 ZAR Million | 7.766 B USD Aug/22
Government Budget to GDP -5.7 % 2021


Latest data on Government Budget Value (ZAR Million)

Government Budget Value
                     South Africa - Historical Data (ZAR Million)

How much is South Africa Government Budget?

  • The deficit of government budget in South Africa increased to 37078 ZAR Million (2.077 B USD) in August 2022. The maximum surplus was 44018 ZAR Million and deficit was -110002 ZAR Million.
  • Data published Monthly by Reserve Bank.

Historical Data (ZAR Million) by years

Data
Period
Date
-37078 Aug/22 01.10.2022
-136720 Jul/22 03.09.2022
77417 Jun/22 30.07.2022
-22643 May/22 02.07.2022
-78046 Apr/22 04.06.2022
-20663 Mar/22 30.04.2022
-23275 Feb/22 02.04.2022
-61498 Jan/22 05.03.2022


Historical Chart by presidents (ZAR Million)

Government Budget Value in South Africa by presidents

Name Period Start Data End Data Max Value Min Value CHG% Start/End
Cyril Ramaphosa 15.02.2018 - 18229.0000 -37487.0000 70466.0000 -90387.0000 -305.64%
Jacob Zuma 09.05.2009 - 14.02.2018 -19010.0000 -12356.0000 30427.0000 -88333.0000 -35.00%
Thabo Mbeki 16.06.1999 - 24.09.2008 327.0000 1481.0000 27662.0000 -17568.0000 352.91%
Nelson Mandela 10.05.1994 - 16.06.1999 -5797.0000 -3248.0000 3718.0000 -11050.0000 -43.97%


Latest data on Government Spending (ZAR Million)

Government Spending
                     South Africa - Historical Data (ZAR Million)

What is current South Africa Government Spending?

  • Government Spending in South Africa decreased to 901380 ZAR Million (50.49 B USD) in the second quarter of 2022. The maximum volume was 657183 ZAR Million and minimum was 65991 ZAR Million
  • Data published Quarterly by Reserve Bank.

Historical Data (ZAR Million) by years

Data
Period
Date
901380 2Q/22 06.09.2022
907315 1Q/22 07.06.2022
898314 4Q/21 08.03.2022
897608 3Q/21 18.01.2022
895811 2Q/21 07.09.2021
657183 1Q/21 08.06.2021
655551 4Q/20 09.03.2021
653476 3Q/20 08.12.2020


Historical Chart by presidents (ZAR Million)

Government Spending in South Africa by presidents

Name Period Start Data End Data Max Value Min Value CHG% Start/End
Cyril Ramaphosa 15.02.2018 - 636608.0000 638476.0000 638476.0000 636608.0000 0.29%
Jacob Zuma 09.05.2009 - 14.02.2018 537090.0000 633380.0000 634773.0000 537090.0000 17.93%
Thabo Mbeki 16.06.1999 - 24.09.2008 342748.0000 512708.0000 512708.0000 342748.0000 49.59%
Nelson Mandela 10.05.1994 - 16.06.1999 353743.0000 340711.0000 353743.0000 325548.0000 -3.68%


Latest data on Government Revenues (ZAR Million)

Government Revenues
                     South Africa - Historical Data (ZAR Million)

How much is South Africa Government Revenue?

  • Government Revenues in South Africa increased to 138643 ZAR Million (7.766 B USD) in August 2022. The maximum volume was 180084 ZAR Million and minimum was 36 ZAR Million
  • Data published Monthly by Reserve Bank.

Historical Data (ZAR Million) by years

Data
Period
Date
138643 Aug/22 01.10.2022
86471 Jul/22 03.09.2022
233316 Jun/22 30.07.2022
106851 May/22 02.07.2022
92847 Apr/22 04.06.2022
162301 Mar/22 30.04.2022
151890 Feb/22 02.04.2022
105096 Jan/22 05.03.2022


Historical Chart by presidents (ZAR Million)

Government Revenues in South Africa by presidents

Name Period Start Data End Data Max Value Min Value CHG% Start/End
Cyril Ramaphosa 15.02.2018 - 69197.0000 69197.0000 69197.0000 69197.0000 0.00%


Latest data on Government Budget to GDP (%)

Government Budget to GDP
                     South Africa - Historical Data (%)

What is the deficit of South Africa Government Budget?

  • The deficit of Current Account to GDP in South Africa increased to 5.7 % in 2021. The maximum surplus was 1 % and deficit was -12.3 %.
  • Data published Yearly by National Treasury.

Historical Data (%) by years

Data
Period
Date
-5.7 2021 23.02.2022
-10 2020 19.05.2021
-6.3 2019 30.03.2020
-4.4 2018 04.07.2019


Historical Chart by presidents (%)

Government Budget to GDP in South Africa by presidents

Name Period Start Data End Data Max Value Min Value CHG% Start/End

Other budget indicators in South Africa

Index Updated Actual Previous
Government Debt to GDP 2021 69.9 % 70.7
Fiscal Expenditure  Aug/22 10.974 B USD 12.502
Military Expenditure 2021 3.266 B USD 3.231

Government Budget to GDP in other countries

Country Updated Actual Previous
Kenya 2021 -8.1 % -7.8
Madagascar 2021 -5.4 % -4
Zimbabwe 2020 -1.5 % -4
Tanzania 2020 -2.6 % -1.4
Togo 2021 -6 % -7
Tunisia 2020 -11.4 % -3.5
Nigeria 2021 -4.7 % -4
Sudan 2021 -4.5 % -5.6
Morocco 2021 -5.9 % -7.6
Senegal 2021 -5.9 % -6.4
Seychelles 2021 -3 % -19.1
South Africa 2021 -5.7 % -10
Uganda 2021 -7.3 % -6.6
Rwanda 2021 -8.5 % -8.3
Liberia 2021 -3.3 % -3.6
Zambia 2021 -9 % -11
Mozambique 2021 -4.8 % -7.9
Namibia 2021 -8.7 % -8
Ghana 2021 -12.1 % -13.8
Swaziland 2020 -4.6 % -5.4
Libya 2021 13.8 % -54.5
Algeria 2021 -8 % -9.7
Angola 2021 -2.3 % -4
Benin 2021 -6.1 % -4.7
Botswana 2021 -5.1 % -5.6
Burkina Faso 2021 -5.6 % -5.4
Burundi 2021 -4.5 % -8.8
Central African Republic 2021 -5.7 % -3.5
Chad 2021 -0.2 % -0.4
Comoros 2021 -2.9 % -2.2
Republic of the Congo 2021 1.4 % -1.7
Djibouti 2021 -1.8 % -2.1
Equatorial Guinea 2021 -1 % -1.7
Eritrea 2021 -4 % -4.4
Ethiopia 2021 -2.7 % -4
Gabon 2021 2.3 % -3
Gambia 2021 -4 % -2.2
Guatemala 2020 -4.9 % -2.3
Guinea 2021 -2.3 % -2.9
Guinea Bissau 2021 -5.6 % -9.8
Lesotho 2021 -5.8 % -3.8
Malawi 2021 -8.3 % -5.7
Mali 2021 -4.7 % -6.1
Mauritania 2021 -0.4 % 2.3
Niger 2021 -5.2 % -5.7
Sao Tome and Principe 2021 -1.5 % -4.9
Sierra Leone 2021 -7.1 % -5.6