Finance minister Tito Mboweni could be ready to table a special adjustments budget on June 24 that will allow additional spending on the Covid-19 response, and cater for the rapidly changing economic conditions in the wake of the pandemic, the Treasury said on Wednesday.

The budget will also outline a revised fiscal framework to account for substantial revenue losses caused by the pandemic and subsequent lockdown, the Treasury said in a guideline document published on its website..

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