Burning Fiscus | We need to fix fiscal policy and target growth like never before

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Finance Minister Tito Mboweni delivered a supplementary budget to address the effects of extra expenditures to fight the Covid-19 pandemic on the national fiscus. (GCIS)
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni delivered a supplementary budget to address the effects of extra expenditures to fight the Covid-19 pandemic on the national fiscus. (GCIS)

*This story forms part of a series by Fin24 that will run over the course of the year called 'Recasting the SA Economy'. This quarter's theme: Burning Fiscus.

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