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There is something pleasantly bizarre about the situation SA finds itself in. It seems more in favour with international investors than it has been for a while.

That’s despite floods, load-shedding, collapsing port and rail systems and record unemployment at home. And it’s despite doom and gloom abroad. This narrative, emerging from this week’s IMF spring meetings, has been relentlessly negative, with the IMF cutting growth and hiking inflation forecasts...

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