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President Cyril Ramaphosa’s call to action on the green economy in his newsletter this week signalled recognition of the need for South Africa to build its recovery based on a climate-resilient economy fit for these unprecedented times. Picture: iStock
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s call to action on the green economy in his newsletter this week signalled recognition of the need for South Africa to build its recovery based on a climate-resilient economy fit for these unprecedented times. Picture: iStock

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This is a welcome call to action from the president and the timing couldn’t be more pertinent. As South Africa plots its desperately needed economic recovery programme post-Covid-19, the president’s impetus to look at strategies to build an inclusive economy that creates sustainable growth is vital.

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