Khaya Sithole | A trade-off is required to help SA consumers, but govt must come to the party

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Khaya Sithole.
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Monetary policy interventions are not always supported by complementary interventions across the entire ecosystem, says Khaya Sithole. 

The fate of two nations during the pandemic and its immediate aftermath was in full glare last week as policymakers deliberated on the monetary policy direction across the US and South Africa. The US recently recorded its highest inflation rate in four decades – a 7.2% rise in prices.

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