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Socio - Economic Data 

Explore various sources of Socio Economic Data, now available on Vulekamali. These include Boost Open Budgets Portal, International Monetary Fund DataStatsSA SuperWEB2 Data Portal and many more data resources that can be used for contextual and other analyses purposes. 

Explore National and International Socio Economic Data

Learn more about Estimates of National Expenditure (ENE)

The dataset guide on ENE is now available on Vulekamali. The guide can assist you with providing an overview of ENE's, which is the planned spending in all national government votes over the three-year medium-term expenditure framework (MTEF) period, government’s expenditure planning window. The guide also assists in responding to common questions like:
  • Where does the data come from?
  • What can I do with the data?
  • What data is available from
Find out more about Estimates of National Expenditure

Contribute your data to Vulekamali

Do you have data or done some form of analysis related to the budget that you would like to share? Vulekamali provides a platform for you to do this. Follow the steps on Vulekamali, allowing you to contribute your organisations data and analysis.

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The budget process - what’s happening in December?

What are Treasury, Departments and Parliament busy with?

  • Treasury drafts budget documents, including responses to the recommendations Parliament puts forward to the Minister of Finance in Budget Review and Recommendations Reports. (December & January)
  • Departments finalise their budgets and budget documentation. (December & January)
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