The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has again reiterated the importance of addressing SA’s fiscal trajectory and promoting private sector-led investment in driving economic growth and employment.

In a statement that could have been cut and pasted from a plethora of prior engagements by multilateral institutions with the government, the IMF repeated its view on the remedies required to fix the country’s broken economy and unsustainable fiscal path...

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