Partnerships, education tweaks will clear SA’s path to global competitiveness

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Extreme poverty is estimated to have increased by 9% which will leave a devastating legacy of debt and misery with the next generation. Picture: Nosipiwo Manona
Extreme poverty is estimated to have increased by 9% which will leave a devastating legacy of debt and misery with the next generation. Picture: Nosipiwo Manona

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Economic misery is a reality for 11 million South Africans who survive less than R28 per day.

Despite strict labour laws, minimum wages and exorbitant taxes, South Africa’s economy is on an uncontrollable downward spiral.

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