New scandal may force out Brazilian President Temer

President Michel Temer is defying calls for his resignation following allegations that was secretly recorded discussing bribe payments during an investigation into a sprawling corruption probe.

Two members of his Cabinet have resigned and Brazilian markets plummeted after allegations emerged.

Gordon Institute of Business Science's Prof Lyal White says the South African rand was also affected, and it lost more than 3% of its value.

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