By Busi Mavuso
It’s important that the South African government follow through on plans that are going to be developed following the recent unrest to ensure investment in SA continues.
The implications for rural and township economies, where the bulk of the damage was incurred due to recent unrest, looting and destruction to property, will be far reaching.
By Busi Mavuso
The rule of law took precedence over political prudence. No-one can display the contempt of court that Zuma did without expecting consequences.
Former President Jacob Zuma’s arrest shows that no individual, no matter how powerful, is above the laws we have created to serve our democracy.
Eskom’s debt is now less than R400bn. This is still a staggering number but at least it is beginning to reduce.
It is unnecessary to shake the foundations of the country by changing Section 25 of the constitution.
The corporatisation of the Transnet National Ports Authority by President Cyril Ramaphosa is yet another positive step in restructuring our SOEs.
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s administration took its most significant steps so far in its structural reform agenda in liberating the energy sector and selling 51% of SAA.
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s move on the licence exemption for electricity generation is highly positive.
Today’s economic growth figures show that the economy is struggling to recover. While there were some areas that grew, the overall picture shows that much of the economy remains weak.
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