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In its April 2021 Africa Pulse publication released on Wednesday, the global development lender raised its 2021 growth forecast for SA to 3%, citing a boost in demand for commodities as key economies pick up steam. But that's still below predictions by the Treasury and the Reserve Bank. The central bank said last week that SA's GDP, which shrunk 7% in 2020, would rebound 3.8%...
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