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Political noise has not deterred Team SA – Gordhan

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Johannesburg – Although the local economy has been experiencing lots of “political noise”, team South Africa is getting stronger, says Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.

During a press briefing following a breakfast on the World Economic Forum 2017 in Johannesburg on Tuesday, Gordhan explained that there no country in the world that has political certainty.

He cited Brexit and the outcome of US elections as examples of a changing world.

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