- Ace Magashule's ANC wants to 'explore' the printing of money
ANC leaders continue to contradict each other on economic issues and priorities facing South Africa.
Foreign investors are taking note and punishing the currency.
It tells us the kind of divisions that are there, even in the top six…— Clement Manyathela, reporter - EWN
Listen to the interviews in the audio below (and scroll down for more quotes from it).
It [nationalisation of the reserve bank] seems a pointless exercise and the Government doesn’t have the money…— Kevin Lings, Chief Economist - Stanlib Asset Management
You can see how the currency has reacted [to Ace Magashule’s comments] …— Kevin Lings, Chief Economist - Stanlib Asset Management
You can’t have a situation where people who aren’t involved… come out with strong statements… It’s not up to the party; it’s up to Government…— Kevin Lings, Chief Economist - Stanlib Asset Management
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