South Africa’s central bank warned that an economic slump may deepen if the government doesn’t address political turbulence and a policy vacuum in mining and agriculture.

South Africa’s central bank warned that an economic slump may deepen if the government doesn’t address political turbulence and a policy vacuum in mining and agriculture. “We have to get rid of policy uncertainty,” Lesetja Kganyago, the bank’s governor, told lawmakers in Cape Town on Tuesday. “The uncertainty is impacting on the confidence of investors. Unless you restore that confidence you are going to have a problem.”

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