Sanlam CEO Paul Hanratty warned against populist policies that could undermine fiscal and monetary discipline after the election, saying whoever wins, must push through sensible and sustainable policies to boost growth and alleviate unemployment, poverty and inequality.

“We would really like to see a policy that is sensible, sustainable and consistent, and therefore can support [SA] long term,” Hanratty said in an interview with Business Day last week...

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