Sifiso Skenjana | A tale of two economies: It's no longer business as usual

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There is a critical investment opportunity in aligning what we often see as nascent and informal sectors with their developed counterparts, says Sifiso Skenjana.

The second-quarter GDP numbers are bringing us back to a core question about the real sustainability of the South African economy and the levers that could assist us in reimagining a new wage of economic growth.

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