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Structural reforms in energy, telecommunications, water supply, transport and the visa regime that attracts investment, skills and tourism are expected to raise SA’s economic growth beyond 2%, says the National Treasury.

Finance minister Enoch Godongwana says the reforms, geared at kick-starting the economy and making SA an attractive destination for investment, are also expected to add a million jobs to the economy...

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