Finance minister Tito Mboweni could come under new pressure to shift money to struggling state-owned enterprises (SOEs) ahead of his revised budget next month, with the Land Bank and Airports Company of SA (Acsa) putting out the begging bowl as SA's fiscal position grows ever more dire.

Treasury officials told parliament this week the Land Bank, which defaulted on its debt last month, had asked for a R22bn capital injection earlier this year...

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