Open letter to South Africa’s students‚ universities and government‚ represented by Minister in the .
Bold corporate tax cuts and a job creation programme are among the main features of the DA's "alternative budget 2007-08", unveiled yesterday.
Released each year ahead of the real Budget, to be presented by Finance Minister Trevor Manuel tomorrow, the DA said its version is "geared towards boosting economic growth, creating jobs and turning South Africa into a true, open society".
Ian Davidson, pictured, said investment, exports and domestic savings must be raised.
The DA wants the police numbers hiked up to 205000, extra funding for detectives, rural safety and border patrol units set up and tourist hotspots secured. - Sapa