An alternative economic strategy for SA could lead to GDP doubling in 10 years, 10-million people moving out of poverty, and unemployment cut by two thirds to 12% by 2030.

More than two decades of postapartheid economic policy has delivered sluggish growth at best and insignificant gains in economic equality. Continuing on the current path, reliant on mainstream economic thinking and the use of existing microeconomic solutions, is unlikely to deliver different outcomes in future. ..

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