President Cyril Ramaphosa’s address to the nation last week was welcome but sadly vague and lacked a clear sense of how SA plans to protect its fragile economy.

Reading between the lines, one thing was clear in Ramaphosa's speech: the pace at which government believes we should proceed. The astounding lack of urgency about salvaging our economy is cause for considerable alarm, if not flat-out panic...

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