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President Cyril Ramaphosa faces enormous challenges to get the country’s economy on the road to recovery. While the temptation — and clamour — is for a speedy business-as-usual approach, the solution lies in a more long-term and sustainable strategy.

The government is relying on an ambitious R2.3-trillion infrastructure programme over the next 10 years to achieve this. The president recognises that attracting the domestic and international investor community to fund this requires making several practical and strategic decisions...

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