As I write this, staff from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are on their way back to Washington, DC after a routine visit to SA.

The IMF is notoriously anodyne in the tone and content of its reports, mainly due to its role as an international "adviser" rather than an analyst. Still, its most recent release on SA sounds decidedly desperate. I can’t blame it...

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