Zama Ndlovu | Draft financial-inclusion policy: The poor deserve more than desktop research

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Zama Ndlovu
Zama Ndlovu

The failure to achieve financial inclusion in SA is in part due to a government that thinks of the profitability of a service that in a financialised society should be a human right - and then places that burden on the citizen, says Zama Ndlovu.  

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