As the winds of change are starting to blow through the political economy and as we look to rebuild after the Covid-19 earthquake, the space is opening up to talk about transformation in the country.

Michael Avery prefers the term normalisation, because that is effectively what broad-based BEE and the country’s transformation laws are trying to achieve. The correction of decades of abnormal race-based exclusion from economic activity towards a more normal picture influenced by hard work meeting equal opportunity, with a measure of talent and good luck thrown into the mix. ..

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