Hlengani Mathebula | How to save the Post Office from itself

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The SA Post Office is in desperate need of key policy shifts to become a viable enterprise again
The SA Post Office is in desperate need of key policy shifts to become a viable enterprise again

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If the SA Post Office is to live up to Communications and Digital Technologies Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni’s promise of becoming an e-commerce hub for South Africa and the continent by 2024, the state-owned enterprise (SOE) must implement its turnaround plan far more aggressively than the ambition outlined in its current corporate plan.

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