The capacity of the National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac) to address SA’s socioeconomic challenges through progressive policies has been cast in doubt after a slew of leadership challenges.

The forum, which was established 24 years ago, serves as a social dialogue platform for the government, business, labour and community stakeholders to discuss and agree on the country’s economic and labour direction. The national minimum wage legislation, for example, was initiated at Nedlac...

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