It’s an ill wind that blows nobody any good, they say, because, usually, someone will benefit from a crisis, no matter how bad.

In the case of Ukraine, SA has benefited as the prices of its key commodity exports have soared, helping to offset some of the negative impact on the domestic economy...

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