Credit ratings agency Moody’s may throw SA’s economy a lifeline when it is delivers a verdict on the sovereign credit score in March.

The countdown to junk status gained momentum after Moody’s lowered the outlook from stable to negative in November. Though it kept the rating stable, the agency cited potential lack of political capital to implement reforms.

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