The November 2015 Monetary Policy Review will be released under embargo on Monday, 30 November 2015. A media lock-up will be imposed from 16:30 to 17:45. This will be followed by the Pretoria Monetary Policy Forum at 18:00. Members of the media who wish to attend should please contact Leisel Radebe on 012 3134754 /Leisel.Radebe@resbank.co.zaor Nosipho Theyise on 012 313 3465 /Nosipho.Theyise@resbank.co.za. Monetary Policy Forums will also be held at different provinces: DateProvinceVenueTimePanel Members1 December 2015Cape TownThe River Club17:30Deputy Governor Groepe, Stefaans Walter and Margaret Olivier2 December 2015KimberleyProtea Hotel11:30Dr. Johan van den Heever, Stefaans Walters and Pamela Mjandana2 December2015NelspruitEmnotweni Casino16:30Chris Loewald, Shaista Amod and Elmarie Nel3 December 2015DurbanGarden Court Marine Parade17:30Deputy Governor Mminele, Leon Myburgh, Charles Nevhutanda and Vafa Anvari3 December 2015BloemfonteinThe Windmill Casino08:00Thoe Janse van Rensburg, Erik Visser and Philadelphia Makhanya3 December PolokwanePolokwaneThe Pietersburg Club16:30Shaun de Jager and Pamela Mjandana3 December 2015RustenburgSafari Lodge and Convention Centre08:00Dr. Johan van den Heever, Vukani Mamba and Linda Motsumi3 DecemberEast LondonEast London ICC07:30Rashad Cassim and David Fowkes4 December 2015Port ElizabethRadisson Blu07:30Brian Kahn and David Fowkes About Monetary Policy Forums: The South African Reserve Bank (the Bank) is responsible for monetary policy in South Africa. SARB uses several channels to communicate with and create a better understanding of monetary policy among its stakeholders, including the public. One of these communication channels is the Monetary Policy Forums (MPFs). These forums are meetings that are held in each province in South Africa every six months. At these meetings, a panel comprised of senior Bank representatives present recent domestic and international developments that have impacted on inflation, and that motivate the rationale behind the Bank’s monetary policy stance. Relevant topics such as the inflation outlook, the factors impacting it, and the Bank’s inflation and economic growth forecasts are presented to the public. Attendees are invited to comment in response to recent policy developments.