SA has not asked the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for assistance and does not need it, the lender’s resident representative in the country has said.

The IMF doesn’t see a balance-of-payments problem in SA, which means there’s no need for IMF support, Montfort Mlachila said on Thursday at a conference hosted by the Bureau for Economic Research (BER) in Johannesburg...

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