SAPS police recruitment Enoch Godongwana budget speech
South Africans looking to join the SAPS need to be vigilant as recruitment scams are on the rise. Photo: SAPS/ Facebook

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Minister Godongwana announces new police recruitments

In a bid to create jobs and tackle crime, Minister Godongwana has announced that 10 000 police recruits would be trained.

SAPS police recruitment Enoch Godongwana budget speech
South Africans looking to join the SAPS need to be vigilant as recruitment scams are on the rise. Photo: SAPS/ Facebook

Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana presented the 2024 Budget Speech on Wednesday, 21 February, reaffirming the government’s commitment to achieving social and economic justice.

With a focus on tackling inequality and deprivation, the budget aims to bolster the economy and uplift society.
Over the past three decades, the government’s mission has been to redress historical injustices and combat systemic discrimination.

Since 1994, budget allocations have prioritised economic growth to address societal disparities.

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Moreover, the government is unwavering in its resolve to combat crime and corruption. It directs particular attention towards strengthening law enforcement agencies.

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The government has earmarked a substantial allocation of R765 billion for the peace and security cluster. This signifies a robust commitment to public safety.

Looking ahead, the upcoming financial year will witness the training of 10 000 new police recruits, further reinforcing the nation’s law enforcement capabilities.

GODONGWANA OPTIMISTIC AMID CHALLENGES

Minister Godongwana emphasised the progress made over the past 30 years while acknowledging the challenges ahead. Despite the hurdles faced by a young democracy navigating global crises, he expressed optimism about the future.

“As we reflect on our journey thus far and anticipate the road ahead, we remain steadfast in our commitment to building a more equitable and prosperous nation,” stated Minister Godongwana.