Transformation can't be 'superficial' anymore - Gordhan

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Johannesburg – Radical economic transformation calls for an end to superficial changes, said Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.

Gordhan was delivering an address at Deloitte on Friday. He highlighted the importance of achieving growth that was inclusive, ensuring that all South Africans could share in the benefits of a thriving economy.

“Radical means to get to the root of something and to tackle it at root level,” Gordhan said. “Radical economic transformation means we can’t make superficial changes any longer to our situation.”

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