The sharp improvement in South Africa’s budget in recent years has started to reverse. And this trend is set to continue as austerity is eased ahead of the 2024 election and revenues fall short of expectations. The debt-to-GDP ratio will continue to rise, which may prompt a shift towards financial repression.
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