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In April 2014, Thanda joined Standard Bank as an Economist in the macroeconomic research division, with focus on building and maintaining macroeconomic models. His role also involves forecasting, and writing macroeconomic reports. Previously, he worked as a Senior Research Analyst at Eqstra Fleet Management and as a Business Analyst at Nedbank. Thanda holds a Master’s degree in Econometrics (with cum laude), from the University of Johannesburg. He has completed the requisite course work for a Master of Finance and Investment from Wits Business School, and has also completed a Masters Skill Programme in Industrial Economics from Maastricht University, in Netherlands. In 2010, he graduated with an Honour's degree in Economics from the University of Witwatersrand.
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The SA Daily – Trade uncertainty a downerby Thanda Sithole Mon Sep 16 08:15:25 SAST 2019
Global trade uncertainty is affecting global trade volumes and global growth negatively. The IMF’s weighted world trade uncertainty index, based on 143 countries not just China and the US, shows
The SA Daily – For SA jobs, capital crucialby Thanda Sithole Fri Sep 06 08:17:12 SAST 2019
Capital stock accumulation in SA is crucial for economic development; productivity; and employment creation. SA’s real capital stock growth peaked at 4.1% y/y in 2008, one year before the economic
The SA Daily – Crawling out of contractionby Thanda Sithole Thu Sep 05 08:33:22 SAST 2019
SA financial conditions having eased somewhat in July should support consumer spending. The Standard Bank Financial Conditions Index (FCI) eased to -0.06 in July, gradually retracing out of negative territory;
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