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Despite the South African economy returning to pre-pandemic levels, economists are growing concerned about growth going forward. That’s as South Africa continues to struggle with rising inflation, high unemployment levels and load-shedding.
This has pushed PwC to revisit its outlook for the local economy and Business Day caught up with the firm’s chief economist, Lullu Krugel for more detail.
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