‘Complex reforms’ will have delayed effect, says Ramaphosa
Many of the changes ‘involve new ways of working and even the establishment of new institutions’
The impact of the reforms implemented by the government over the past two years and that are geared towards facilitating economic growth in SA is unlikely to be seen in the near future, says President Cyril Ramaphosa.
The reforms — stabilising the supply of electricity and water, reducing the cost of digital communication, improving the efficiency and competitiveness of the country’s ports, and developing a visa regime that attracts skills and growth — are the “only way to shift our economy from stagnation to dynamism”, Ramaphosa said in his weekly newsletter on Monday...
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