Finance minister Tito Mboweni's  supplementary budget is scant on measures to stimulate economic growth and leaves too much room for speculation at a time when certainty is required to drive investor confidence.

While Mboweni himself described his supplementary budget on Wednesday as an “extraordinary” plan aimed at saving lives, protecting livelihoods and building a bridge “to a prosperous future”, business, political parties and labour seemed unimpressed...

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