Moody’s Is Moody About South Africa – and We Will All Suffer

What Moody’s has explicitly demanded of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is a cut to the civil service budget – which after last year’s 3-year settlement way above the inflation rate he cannot adjust.

Moody’s Is Moody About South Africa – and We Will All Suffer
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