South Africa Cuts Borrowing as Debt Ratio Climbs Above 50%By
Domestic bond sales to fall in each of next three years
National Treasury wants debt to stabilize, Moahloli says
South Africa plans to reduce borrowing to the lowest level since 2012 as a weakening rand and slowing economy pushes government debt to more than 50 percent of gross domestic product.
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