Fitch paints a bleak economic picture

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As Covid-19 restrictions are gradually lifted, Fitch expects further protests and volatile political situations in the region over the next few quarters. Photo: Supplied/Archive
As Covid-19 restrictions are gradually lifted, Fitch expects further protests and volatile political situations in the region over the next few quarters. Photo: Supplied/Archive

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The credit rating agency’s head of sub-Saharan African risk, Jane Morley, said this week that it expected the South African government to make slow progress in tackling joblessness, given several structural constraints on job creation faced by the country.

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