By Busi Mavuso
Despite being fiscally constrained, it will be a hard task for SA to persuade public sector workers to agree to a wage cut.
Big businesses should use their influence to guide SMMEs and open networks for them to help them grow and so drive economic growth.
The SABC crisis is evidence of how a culture that encourages a lack of good governance, accountability and sustainability can eventually have on the many stakeholders in a company
Fiscal reform is no longer avoidable but is essential for any economic recovery as it will boost confidence.
In mapping out South Africa’s recovery, much of the focus is on economic analysis but too little is on “unproductive behaviour” that needs to be fixed, Miriam Altman, director of Altman Advisory, told a BLSA special council meeting on Thursday.
By Busi Mavuso
SA’s resolve for fiscal reform will be tested in the #MTBPS as we face up to the unresolved question of public sector wages.
By Tebele Luthuli
The issue of land reform needs to be tackled within the full ambit of the law.
Business backs a tough medium-term budget.
Old ideas of waiting for government to create jobs simply won’t do anymore. We need to change the structure of the economy to solve the jobs crisis.
We will be watching the president’s economic recovery plan closely as it could set us on a higher growth trajectory if it encompasses structural reforms.
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