SA needs real structural reform, not more jurists and philosophers
South Africans need to trust themselves rather than endlessly looking for ‘leaders’; politicians should be handled with suspicion and scepticism
Structural reform is the new catchphrase, but what does it mean? It involves constructive changes to established public policy institutions that inhibit economic growth or human development. As SA starts its very necessary discussion about such reforms, it is vital that we not allow cosmetic or gradual changes to be made under the guise of true structural reform.
We require radical transformation, and this necessitates throwing away orthodox political thinking...
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