According to OECD, GDP growth in South Africa reached the all-time low of -1.5% in 2009 followed by the jump to 3% next year. Since 2011 the common decline has been observed until 2016.
However, all the international agencies presented show the increase of the real GDP growth in South Africa in the years coming.
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