April showers brought devastation to Kwa-Zulu Natal, The Province was plagued by flooding with hundreds of people losing their homes and hundreds more losing their lives. The intense flooding caused roads and bridges to collapse, causing President Cyril Ramaphosa to re-declare the National State of Disaster not long after it had been lifted as we saw some relief from the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Travel Restrictions into South Africa eased, and now vaccinated travelers can come without a PCR or Rapid Antigen test into the country as long as they have their proof of vaccination QR code. As the rest of the world also starts to travel more, let's see if this can help our struggling Tourism industry. As they now have to navigate the Jet fuel shortage at O.R. Tambo and Loadshedding.
Internationally, war continued in the Ukraine as Russia who continue to be sanctioned by other governments as well as corporations continue to try and take power. This has been good for South African commodities as our coal supplies are now in high demand globally.
As the world struggles to try and control the worst inflation it has seen in 40 years. Many Countries are waiting to see what will happen with interest rates expected to be raised multiple times over the coming months.
Let’s see out how the bundles performed throughout April- Click on the table below.
Please kindly note that the data provided above is based on past performances and may not be indicative of future results. Another reminder that we must make mention of this for legal reasons.
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