Peter Worthington on what SA should do to improve its credit rating

After the much anticipated Moody’s credit rating on South Africa being reprieved last week Friday, Yesterday they released a credit opinion on South Africa. Moody’s has relieved the country as they have left the rating at Baa3 with a stable outlook. Although the credit opinion does not constitute a rating action, this saw a positive push to the rand and other South African sectors. ABSA Senior Economist, Peter Worthington joins CNBC Africa for more.

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