SA is “facing an unprecedented crisis”, especially with the country’s ongoing electricity supply problems and the government’s fiscal challenges, Business Unity SA (Busa), president Sipho Pityana said on Tuesday.

In his opening address to its second Business Economic Indaba, Pityana called on the state to implement “far reaching structural economic reforms that focus on sustainable inclusive growth and a fiscal policy aimed at reducing public debt while simultaneously reducing public spending”...

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