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ANC official and former economic development minister Enoch Godongwana. (Pic: Wynand van der Merwe)
ANC official and former economic development minister Enoch Godongwana. (Pic: Wynand van der Merwe)

Johannesburg – Although South Africa has come a long way since 1994 in reducing poverty, improving access to basic services and creating and growing the black middle class, economic transformation is still lacking.

This is according to Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas, who was speaking at the Association of Black Securities and Investment Professionals (Absip) Financial Services Conference, held in Sandton on Tuesday. 

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