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Though some have decried the softening of the fiscal stance since June — budget cuts will now be spread over five years, not three, meaning SA’s debt ratio will stabilise at 95% in fiscal 2025, not 87% in fiscal 2023 — this doesn’t amount to wholesale capitulation by the National Treasury...
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