Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma has taken a swipe at SA’s five largest banks along with the geopolitical world order, while also calling for a new global financial system to be developed to enable non-Western nations to plot their own developmental path.

In an ideology-laden speech delivered at the Brics Youth Summit in Durban on Tuesday, Dlamini Zuma, who is minister in the presidency for women, youth & people with disabilities, called on participants to reimagine an “alternative banking and financing architecture” for the Global South...

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