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The SA Reserve Bank, whose main job is to manage monetary policy, says it has begun work to understand how it can mitigate against climate change, despite this not being the usual work of the central bank.

Governor Lesetja Kganyago says in the Bank’s annual report published on Monday that “climate change will have a profound effect on SA’s economy and financial sector”...

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