Socialist economic planning is disastrous for SA women and children

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Indeed, the South African economy is on a downward spiral and that is unbelievably bad, not just for our growth prospects, but the rights and lives of women in particular. In many ways the Covid-19 lockdown restrictions simply exacerbated the effects of our country’s poor economic choices and the lack of economic growth.

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