South African reforms pale against remaining challenges
The newly released South African budget contains some hopeful promises of reforms, but does little to instill confidence that they will be implemented. The country is struggling with declining revenues, rising expenditures, higher debt and failing state-owned enterprises (SOEs) - most notably the electric power utility Eskom, which is being bailed out by the government.
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