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Much ado about money: 6 things to look out for in Mboweni's medium-term budget

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Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni (Photo by Gallo Images/Ziyaad Douglas)
Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni (Photo by Gallo Images/Ziyaad Douglas)
Gallo Images/Ziyaad Douglas

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will on Wednesday table the medium-term budget policy statement, said to be one of the most important as it will be announced within the context of a global pandemic which has ravaged the economy. Mboweni has warned this might not be a popular budget as difficult decisions must to be taken to avoid a fiscal crisis.

The mini budget will lay out government's priorities for the next three years. From the public sector wage bill, to escalating debt levels and troubled state-owned enterprises.

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