Finance Minister Tito Mboweni delivered the 2021 budget on Wednesday.
Analysts indicated they were pleasantly surprised by no tax increases and no introduction of new taxes, even though government has been touting a wealth tax for a while.
More than R10 billion will go towards the purchase and delivery of vaccines over the next two years. And the contingency reserve for further vaccination purchases, should it be needed, increased from R5 billion to R12 billion.
However, South Africa's alcohol industry says "tens of thousands" of jobs are on the line, following an announcement of an 8% excise tax increase on liquor and tobacco.
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