Considering the eventful first half of the year, the Reserve Bank is having a rather quiet end to 2019.

It seems an age ago that governor Lesetja Kganyago had to use public platforms to fight back against misguided calls for the Bank’s nationalisation, which would ironically have only served to enrich private shareholders who would have needed to be bought out...

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