The EU has committed R40m towards a programme which looks at ways to support policymaking for inclusive growth and economic transformation through research.

The Southern Africa-Towards Inclusive Economic Development (SA-TIED) programme plays a critical role in supporting the SA government to make data-driven policy decisions, said deputy finance minister David Masondo on Monday...

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