Inside Labour | Private versus public battle is back on the cards

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Debate on privatisation always question the viability of SOE's like SAA. Photo: File
Debate on privatisation always question the viability of SOE's like SAA. Photo: File

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There was nothing new in the effective nod to privatisation in President Cyril Ramaphosa’s state of the nation address last week. But it – and the largely muted opposition to it – seemed perhaps to indicate the end of a 25-year ideological tussle within the governing alliance. But it also signalled the possible emergence of a new and more nuanced resistance.

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