Budget shock for Zuma as surplus ‘disappears'

By Staff Writer

Budget shock for Zuma as surplus ‘disappears'  

By Karima Brown, Amy Musgrave and Mariam Isa
From Business Day

It seems increasingly likely that the government's much- vaunted budget surplus will not be available  to its successors next year, with much of the funds already committed to rescuing Eskom and paying higher wages to public sector workers.

Justmoney.co.za says:

The surplus has already been eaten, the only extra money will come from your savings account or interest bearing banking account. Take a financial healthcheck and see if you have any surplus left.

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