A state of limbo

Greve, Natalie
December 2016
Finweek;12/29/2016, p12
The article focuses on the political uncertainty that contribute to the lack of clarity of the economic policy in South Africa. It offers insight from several political analysts regarding their forecast of the country's politics which will likely to remain in limbo with little policy decision-making. It also mentions how the series of political events in the country has distracted growth-enhancing reforms and dampens per capita wealth levels.


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