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[News] SA will be hard to sell in Davos for Mboweni
IOL
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21 Jan, 2020

Economists are sceptical that Finance Minister Tito Mboweni and Team SA delegation will succeed in inspiring investor appetite in the South African economy at the 50th World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos this week.

[News] SARB cuts Repo rate
David Ansara
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17 Jan, 2020

SARB cuts the Repo rate by 25 basis points to 6.25% in Q1 2020, following a unanimous vote by the SARB MPC.

[News] Key factors driving unemployment discussed
Roodepoort Northsider
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29 Sep, 2019

He listed and deeply analysed the following issues: low economic growth; hostile broader economic policy framework; poor education; low skill level, and labour policy as key drivers of unemployment.

[News] Ramaphosa’s Dependence on the Left Stymies South African Reforms
Bloomberg
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15 Aug, 2019

“The wrestling match over the ANC tiller is now essentially between a hard-left faction and aggressive racial nationalist faction all under the supervision of a captain who cannot break the deadlock or inspire a third way,” the Johannesburg-based Centre for Risk Analysis said in a report it gives to clients. Ramaphosa “believes, fatally in our view, that maintaining unity among the crew is a priority,” it said.