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After posting current account deficits for 17 years, SA recorded a current account surplus for the first time in 2020. According to the SA Reserve Bank, the current account surplus narrowed to 3.7% in the fourth quarter of 2020, from 5.9% in the third quarter.

What is driving this current account surplus — and what factors could potentially turn this surplus into a deficit?..

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