Central Banks

People have Skewed Views on Inflation. Why This Matters

Countries that use an inflation target to anchor monetary policy pay considerable attention to expectations of future inflation.South Africa is a case in point. The country has an inflation target of 3% to 6% per annum, with a particular...

Joburg Post·over 4 years ago

Why Central Banks Need to Take Human Rights More Seriously

Many central banks are rethinking their approach to the environmental and social impact of their operations. This is because their decisions can affect access to housing, healthcare, education, work, to adequate food and water and the se...

Joburg Post·about 4 years ago

Africa's Rising Public Debt Sparks Jitters

African Central Bank Governors are convening in Kigali beginning tomorrow to among other subjects deliberate on rising African sovereign debt levels and its implications on the monetary policy as well as financial stability. Debt levels ...

Collins Mwai·about 4 years ago