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Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan (Netwerk24)
Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan (Netwerk24)

Johannesburg - South Africans need to “turbo-charge” their efforts, ideas and financial resources to create greater economic momentum, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said at the Discovery Leadership Summit 2016 in Sandton on Monday.

In his view there needs to be a revolution in SA’s business culture.

“We need national consensus that our inequality is unacceptable, our economic participation rate is unacceptable and our unemployment rate is unacceptable,” said Gordhan.

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