The coronavirus crisis is scratching old fiscal wounds in SA as investor concern about a gaping budget hole and resurgent inflation helps to steepen the sovereign yield curve.

The spread between 20-year and two-year debt has risen 48 basis points over the past month amid renewed electricity blackouts, a second wave of Covid-19 and a seemingly slower path to recovery. ..

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