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Inflation eased in July in line with expectations as flat food prices and slower fuel price increases outweighed pressure from a sharp jump in electricity tariffs. 

Though the price of petrol rose again in August and the effect of the recent unrest may add a further “upward bias” to inflation, these factors not expected to force the SA Reserve Bank to raise interest rates in the near future, according to economists. ..

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