The rand pared gains on Friday, with investor attention on the National Assembly following the country’s seventh post-democracy general election, at which the new president will be elected.

Still, the local currency had the best week since the first week of March as market participants welcomed a government of national Unity (GNU), which excludes the EFF and MK...

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