Moody’s Investors Service, the last remaining credit ratings agency to hold SA at investment grade, has warned that rising income inequality could curtail growth, potentially compromising a country’s credit profiles.

In a report published last week, Moody’s said high inequality tends to be associated with higher levels of corruption and weaker government institutions — factors that can undermine overall institutional strength...

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