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DESPITE tentative gains in economic growth and calm political affairs, South Africa is still struggling to shake off a decade-long recession. With annual inflation above 20% and unemployment at 17.3%, it is an important topic, and one that will receive special attention from the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) at its monetary policy meeting tomorrow (Thursday).
One of the main problems South Africa faces is unemployment, which threatens the income of citizens and impacts negatively on the social and economic well-being of the country. The official unemployment figure is 17.3%, but experts believe that it is probably twice as high, but still only around 7.5% of the workforce is unemployed.
A.M.B. Baas, SARB’s chief of staff, said that although the country is still in a recession, it is not as bad as it was in 2000 and 2001.
“While the sector-by-sector figures aren’t impressive, economic indicators generally are up for the first quarter,” said Baas.
Baas said that although the SARB expects South Africa’s economy to remain buoyant for the next three years, it is concerned that certain obstacles may emerge that could affect the economy negatively.
“The problem is that the currency is depreciating against a lot of currencies, which is causing some of the smaller businesses to take a hit,” said Baas.
Baas stated that although the SARB is expected to keep interest rates at 6.0% for the next two years, the interest rate is expected to increase by 0.25% per annum over the first quarter of 2008.
The government also announced that it would increase duties on alcohol by 2.5% from 1 April 2008.
According to Baas, this will have a severe impact on the economy, as the rates of drinkers are particularly high in the youth sector.
Baas also said that the country’s social problems remain a challenge, with crime, unemployment and poverty remaining issues that need to be addressed.
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