The ANC-led government’s alliance with labour unions harms the potential for market-oriented economic reform in South Africa, writes Phumlani M. Majozi.
South Africa's labour unions have gone wild over the past years and President Cyril Ramaphosa must confront them on their constant excessive demands.
The unions have stalled economic reforms. They have swayed public policies in their favour. They wield too much power in the country - and their opposition to sound economic reform has contributed to the economic sluggishness this country endures.