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SA businesses do much to alleviate the suffering of the poor. Through their corporate social investment projects, taxes and black economic transformation initiatives, among others, billions of rand are directed towards needy causes.

However, with poverty, inequality and unemployment so widespread, we are barely making a dent in tackling our country’s key challenges, central to which is creating a more favourable environment through economic reform to attract higher levels of investment and in turn economic growth and job creation...

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