The Reserve Bank is expected to keep borrowing rates at a five decade low in the week ahead, but the economic and social costs of violent protests may overshadow all scheduled events.

The rand, with shares of landlords and retailers, took a battering last week, with supply chain disruptions and a weaker local currency boding ill for SA’s economic outlook and inflation...

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