Inflation has eased to an almost 16-year low, coming in at 2.1% year on year in May.

This is far below the SA Reserve Bank’s 3%-6% target band. But is the slowdown enough to prompt the bank to cut interest rates again?

Business Day TV caught up with Walter de Wet from Nedbank CIB for his thoughts on the matter.

Nedbank CIB's Walter de Wet talks to Business Day TV about whether the current inflation levels are enough to prompt another interest rate cut

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