SSA’s 2023/24 Budget Policy Statement: A New Era of Progress and Commitments

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On May 19, 2023, Minister in the Presidency, Ms. Khumbudzo Ntshavheni, will present the budget policy statement for the State Security Agency (SSA) to the National Assembly of Parliament in Committee Room S12A. This event will showcase the progress made by the SSA in the previous financial year and outline its targets for the 2023/24 financial year.

The Importance of the Budget Policy Statement

The budget policy statement provides direction for the SSA and insights into the resources required to achieve its goals. The presentation will be available to the public through live streaming on virtual platforms, such as YouTube and Twitter. This ensures that interested individuals can gain insights into the agency’s strategies for the upcoming financial year.

Media Interviews

The spokesperson for the minister, Mr. Sipho Mbele, will be available to arrange pre and post-media interviews with Minister Ntshavheni. This highlights the government’s commitment to transparency and communication with the public.

A New Chapter of Progress

The State Security Agency is dedicated to continuous improvement and embarks on a new chapter with the 2023/24 budget vote. The presentation of the budget policy statement will provide a foundation for progress and a roadmap for the future, ensuring that the agency remains at the forefront of safeguarding South Africa’s interests and stability.

Transparency and Communication

The SSA’s commitment to transparency and communication is evident through the extensive engagement with the media and making the budget policy statement accessible to the public. This fosters a greater understanding of the agency’s role in maintaining national security and builds trust with the South African public.

The State Security Agency’s 2023/24 budget vote is a vital instrument in solidifying its objectives and commitments. The presentation of the budget policy statement highlights its dedication to achieving its objectives and furthering its role in ensuring South Africa’s security and stability. The SSA’s commitment to transparency and communication with the public demonstrates its dedication to fostering a greater understanding of its role in safeguarding the nation’s interests.

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