Given recent history, it’s hard to say what the markets should expect from finance minister Tito Mboweni on Wednesday.

Even if he says all the right things, it’s debatable how much weight his words will have, given the conflicting drivers of the Covid-19 pandemic and pressure to spend, ANC politics and the need to appease credit ratings agencies with a credible path to debt consolidation...

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