Nedbank and the Bureau for Economic Research (BER) at Stellenbosch University both expect April’s consumer inflation rate to be unchanged from March’s 5.3%. It was 5.6% in February.

BER economist Tracey-Lee Solomon said inflation this year was  likely to have peaked in February, but persistent upside pressure means inflation could remain sticky and dip below 5% only in the second half...

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