THE Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) has called on government to come up with a pro-poor 2023 national budget. And JCTR says even if the speed at which prices are increasing is on the slowdown, the fact is that commodity prices are very high and likely to remain that way for some time given the ever increasing fuel pump prices. In a statement, Wednesday, JCTR executive director Fr Alex Muyebe said the least government could do as it puts together a budget was to demonstrate that it was a listening government by addressing the majority’s demand for affordable food and shelter. “As we continue to interact with people living in challenging circumstances, it is very clear that the least…...

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