As finance minister Enoch Godongwana prepares to deliver his budget speech on Wednesday, economists say there is too much uncertainty ahead of the presentation.

They warn that mounting economic and political challenges may set the stage for the fiscal scales to tip towards providing more support to socioeconomic programmes and away from fiscal consolidation...

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