Sifiso Skenjana | The slow nibble destroying SA's economy: There's a theory for it

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Decline rarely takes place overnight, writes Sifiso Skenjana.

In an environment where ideological sparring takes more centre-stage than policy implementation, behavioural economics may offer the only sensible way out for South Africa towards achieving long-term sustainable public policy design and delivery.

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