Prophetic warning received.
IMF provides R65bn emergency funding for SA to tackle Covid-19
By Siphelele Dludla Aug 23, 2021
THE GOVERNMENT’S finances will be boosted further with a R65 billion ($4.16bn) injection as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) become effective today.
Earlier this month, the IMF board of governors approved the general allocation of SDRs equivalent of $650bn, the largest IMF emergency currency creation in history, to tackle the Covid19 global pandemic.null
The newly created SDR is the first tranche, since the $250bn that was issued soon after the global financial crisis in 2009.
The SDR is meant to boost global liquidity and will be credited to IMF member countries in proportion to their existing quotas in the Fund. The IMF said the SDR allocation will benefit all members, address the long-term global need for reserves, build confidence, and foster the resilience and stability of the global economy.
IMF sends a warning to South Africa
Staff Writer 9 December 2021
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) held virtual consultations with South African officials from 17 November to 7 December to discuss recent economic developments and the outlook of the economy.
In its findings published on Wednesday (8 December), the group noted that South Africa’s cyclical recovery in 2021 has been relatively strong, with estimates of a 4.6% GDP rebound after the economy contracted by -6.4% in 2020.
The recovery was also supported by external factors, such as favourable commodity prices and benign financial conditions, which are likely temporary, it said.
However, it warned that the rebound has not decreased the unemployment rate amid deteriorating confidence, exacerbated by the July social unrest episode, anaemic private-sector investment, and weak credit extension.
As we gathered together in July 2020 the Lord have this word in regards to Covid-19 protests in France.
France: Tens of thousands protest against COVID pass, vaccination
By Euronews with AFP • 17/07/2021
Anti-vaccine protesters holds a banner that reads health pass equal apartheid during a rally in Paris, Saturday, July 17, 2021. –
Tens of thousands took to the streets throughout France on Saturday to protest against the new coronavirus rules announced by the government earlier this week.
The controversial measures include mandatory vaccination for health workers and an obligation for citizens to bring in a health pass for most public places.
The health pass is given to those who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have proof of a negative test taken within 48 hours.
In Paris, one demonstrator’s blouse read “No to compulsory vaccination, freedom violated!”, while another’s placard said: “Macron, no to the health dictatorship.”
In Marseille, protesters held a banner depicting faces of politicians, including French President Emmanuel Macron with Hitler’s moustache.
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During our time together in July 2020 seeking the Lord for His guidance for the coming year 2021. This is what the Lord said concerning Local Government Elections.
Thank you for praying with us! We know the word happened as prophesied.
South Africa’s top court dismisses bid to postpone local elections
September 3, 2021 9:35 PM SAST Last Updated 3 months ago Africa
CAPE TOWN, Sept 3 (Reuters) – South Africa’s top court dismissed an application by the Electoral Commission to postpone local elections due on Oct. 27, court documents showed on Friday.
The judgment is a blow to the ruling African National Congress (ANC), which supported a postponement and has struggled to register thousands of councillors expected to contest the municipal elections.null
In 2016 the party was hammered in local government elections, losing cities such as Johannesburg to rival opposition parties in the ANC’s worst faring since sweeping to power in South Africa’s first democratic vote in 1994.
This time the polls will test support for the ANC following the coronavirus pandemic and South Africa’s worst civil unrest in years in July, triggered by the jailing of former President Jacob Zuma after he failed to appear before an anti-corruption inquiry.