With just two weeks to go to the first meeting in 2024 of the monetary policy committee (MPC), it is not clear exactly who will be there — but it is certain that deputy governor Kuben Naidoo will not.

The Reserve Bank confirmed on Tuesday that Naidoo had left the Bank on December 1 to start his “gardening leave”, the six months after governors leave the Bank during which they may not sign with new employers...

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