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Johannesburg – The private sector is actually the culprit who is to blame for South Africa's current economic problems, Mzwanele (Jimmy) Manyi, president of the Progressive Professionals Forum (PPF), claimed on Wednesday.

“Government must find a way to tax funds in the private sector. That is the duty of government. The duty of the private sector is to create jobs, but it does not want to come to the party,” Manyi said during a panel discussion at the convention of the SA Property Owners Association (Sapoa).

“When one sees how war torn countries in the rest of Africa are, you realise the value of peace. The ANC has ensured peace in South Africa, but now it is taken for granted and no credit is given to the ANC.”

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