Ramaphosa faces uphill task in last leg of investment drive
President’s ambitious plan will be hampered by the energy crisis acting as a deterrent to investors
President Cyril Ramaphosa is this week expected to face the arduous task of rallying investors behind his new five-year, R2-trillion investment drive amid SA’s energy crunch as Eskom experiences multiple generation failures at its ageing coal plants.
Ramaphosa’s presidency is seen by investors as being conducive to the rapid implementation of reforms to electricity, rail, ports and water infrastructure, thereby bolstering economic growth, state revenue and economic stability. ..
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