"SA growth forecast keeps lowering because we're an export dependent economy"
News over the weekend says the World Bank has actually cut its growth forecast for South Africa's economy for 2017 and that it would now only grow at 0.6% and a possible 1.1% next year.
Nedbank economist Isaac Mathekgo The Midday Report's Stephen Grootes that South Africa's growth forecast keeps getting lower because South Africa is an export dependent economy.
As a result, production in the local economy was slower.Isaac Mathekgo, Economist, Nedbank
There's a lot of concern around government policy. There's a lot of concern around whether or not the current administration is serious about implementing policies and measures that will help the economy grow.Isaac Mathekgo, Economist, Nedbank
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