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Card image 16 February 2018 South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) / Fin24

A truly radical SONA would tackle the land grab question

16 February 2018 - The leadership change in the ruling party and the government has generally been welcomed by the local and international business communities as an opportunity to put South Africa on a high-growth and developmentally orientated course. However, this sentiment is likely to prove fickle if the government commits to a course of action that will undermine the economic foundations of the country.

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