Business person Johann Rupert has cast doubt on SA’s ability to agree on a social contract between business, labour and government to address the country’s socioeconomic challenges, putting the blame at the door of politicians.

“I’m not too hopeful that there will be a social contract, especially with the overtly racist behaviour of some of the political parties,” he said...

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