State must play ‘activist’ role in the economy, says Ramaphosa
The president cites the motor industry as a prime example of the success of state assistance
President Cyril Ramaphosa believes the state should ideally be more active in the economy, supporting sectors as it has done with the automotive sector.
At a media briefing on Friday, Ramaphosa said state support to economic sectors would depend on the availability of resources...
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