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The scenario planners are out, as the knives circle finance minister Pravin Gordhan. And unfortunately this is not the first time, and if he survives this current onslaught, one can be forgiven for being pessimistic in saying it won’t be the last. But what does this all mean for a South African economy that is on the crescendo of junk, with a weakening rand fuelled by this uncertainty, and more so global factors? Azar Jammine sinks his economic mind into this unfolding saga. He says the economy is on a fascinating knife-edge, and much good can come out of the current turmoil with an outside chance of disaster. A must read. – Stuart Lowman

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