Thabi Leoka | I challenged myself to find another R200bn in the budget

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Thabi Leoka
Thabi Leoka

The R500 billion fiscal support announced in 2020 was not sufficient. The truth is that the fiscal support was not R500 billion, but an amount much smaller than that, says Thabi Leoka. 

Correction: This article has been updated to reflect that the author found R478 billion.

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