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INTERVIEW | SA's one shot to avoid being a failed state by the early 2030s

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Covid-19 may have accelerated SA's trajectory towards failure.
Covid-19 may have accelerated SA's trajectory towards failure.

South Africa risks becoming a failed state in the early 2030s if it does not urgently change its development trajectory, according to research by consultancy Eunomix.

The consultancy, which advises governments and corporations, published a data-centric analysis in September on state performance decline, with a specific focus on South Africa.

The research, led by Claude Baissac, tracks how political strategies have influenced state performance and outlines several pathways the country's development may take in the future.

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