Carol Paton Editor at large

Lifting SA’s growth potential over the next three years will depend on the  government’s ability  to carry out micro-economic reforms, particularly in the electricity sector, says the Treasury.

With growth forecast at 3.3% for 2021 and 2.2% and 1.6% thereafter — slightly higher than in the October medium-term budget policy statement — SA will not make a meaningful dent in unemployment or inequality...

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