Economists linked to the Reserve Bank have published a study calling on the government to lower fuel prices, which have been a major driver of inflation and a burden for consumers.

In the study, the two economists, Zaakirah Ismail and Christopher Wood, identify four ways to improve price-setting mechanisms. The study comes a fuel-price hikes are expected to hit in September due to the weaker rand and rising international oil prices...

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