By Busisiwe Mavuso
Until the education crisis is effectively resolved, inequality will remain entrenched.
By Busi Mavuso
Politicians will choose whichever monetary policy will get them re-elected, but independent central banks must stick to their mandates.
It’s time for the government and the private sector to not only work more closely together, but to re-establish trust and confidence in each other.
By BLSA Admin
The minister’s assurance that the historically rapid increases in the public sector wage bill will be curtailed is to be applauded.
Business was hoping for a greater sense of urgency and stronger commitment to accelerating both the reform agenda and infrastructure rollout.
The primary goal of our economic policy still needs to be driven by job-creating economic growth.
We need to alleviate the suffering of the poor, not add to their number.
Developing a strong base of local suppliers who are competitive and expanding the small business sector would strengthen the foundation of our economy while creating jobs.
Personal power plays of politicians cannot become a distraction from the acceleration of SA’s economic recovery agenda.
We need to focus on sustainable and real ways to improve the system for the poor.
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