Covid-19 funding exposed SA’s untransformed economy

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Simple line graph design with the years 2020 and 2021 with a Coronavirus cell silhouette showing impact on economy. Picture: Getty Images
Simple line graph design with the years 2020 and 2021 with a Coronavirus cell silhouette showing impact on economy. Picture: Getty Images
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This is the monumental challenge facing organisations providing relief funds to small businesses affected by Covid-19. The statistics coming from organisations providing relief funds to small businesses are not really surprising. Instead, they are an indictment on our largely untransformed economy.

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