How will the economic history books judge the sixth administration of President Cyril Ramaphosa? Will it be the administration in which the economy finally failed? Or the one that proved the turning point for reforms that laid the basis for the economy’s eventual success?

We may not know the answer for years, even decades. But the question matters, as SA goes to the polls to elect a seventh administration...

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