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A crucial cabinet meeting on Wednesday to plan SA’s response to Covid-19 and the resulting economic crisis ended inconclusively with no decisions taken and all proposals put off until later.

The government's inaction comes as the economy buckles under the burden of the lockdown and social unrest and crime emerge in communities under stress. It also comes as governments and central banks around the world throw everything they have and more at the crisis, which it is already agreed will be far deeper than the 2008/2009 financial crisis...

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