In 2024, SA market watchers will have to contend with two big elections. The country is scheduled to hold a general election in May or the months after, while the US will vote for president in November.

The overlap of these cycles implies that political uncertainty will be a feature of markets the whole year. For somewhat different reasons, both elections could be hugely consequential for citizens and markets and will be closely watched...

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