SA is celebrating 30 years of democracy and our coming general election is likely to be a world class example of democracy in action.

But, while our democratic system remains robust, economic divisions are significant. South Africans face high unemployment, crime, mismanagement leading to poor service delivery and failing infrastructure, low business confidence, little foreign direct investment, foreign selling of SA bonds and equities, illegal immigration, and taxpayer emigration...

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