The IMF has kept its growth forecasts for SA and for the global economy broadly unchanged, saying the risk of a hard landing for the global economy has faded — but medium-term prospects are the weakest in decades.

It warns that commodity prices could slide further, with slowing growth in China and Europe weighing on non-fuel commodities such as base metals...

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