SA’s localisation policies are not consistent with the constitution, lack clarity and do not give interested or affected parties an opportunity to comment or raise concerns,  international trade advisers say.

“Localisation initiatives have to be transparent ... at present, localisation and designation initiatives do not align with PAJA [the Promotion of Administrative Justice Act],” Donald MacKay, the founder and director at XA International Trade Advisors, said during a webinar on localisation policies on Thursday...

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