Finance minister Tito Mboweni has a fine appreciation of history and is frequently reflective of his own place in it.

We can therefore be sure he would have been attuned to the historic moment of the supplementary budget delivered on Wednesday, coming at a time of global pandemic, a depression of historic proportions and when what SA does next with regard to its debt will determine the fate of generations to come...

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