Inequality, putting profits first is what set SA back - not Covid-19

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Children from uMasizakhe in Graaff-Reinet line up for soup and food parcels from aid organisation Gift of the Givers. (Photo: Misha Jordaan)
Children from uMasizakhe in Graaff-Reinet line up for soup and food parcels from aid organisation Gift of the Givers. (Photo: Misha Jordaan)

South Africa's economic growth was not set back 13 years because of Covid-19 and many big companies that are struggling to keep their heads above water had it coming for a long time.

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