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Covid-19 vaccine a temporary confidence boost, but still lots to do to fix SA economy

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SA targets vaccinating 67% of the population, says Health Minister Zweli Mkhize. (Photo: Getty Images).
SA targets vaccinating 67% of the population, says Health Minister Zweli Mkhize. (Photo: Getty Images).
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While the successful roll-out of Covid-19 vaccines would be "absolutely vital" for boosting investor, business, and consumer confidence, economists agree that the country still has structural issues which must be addressed to ensure progress in the SA economy over the longer term

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