After a dramatic year in which it halved interest rates, bought more than R41bn of bonds to keep the market liquid, and liberalised rules to keep banks lending in the face of the Covid pandemic, could the SA Reserve Bank be set for a quieter 2021, starting with a likely "hold" on interest rates?

Here's a look into what economists are saying about Thursday's SARB interest rate decision…

What economists say about another rate cut for South Africa

South Africa’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) will meet for the first time in 2021, on Thursday (January 21), with economists anticipating the central bank to keep rates at a record low.

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