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The National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac) summit this week showcased a turnaround at an institution which had been sidelined for many years — but has put itself back at centre stage over the past two years.

It has played a crucial role in getting business, labour, community and the government around the table to respond rapidly to Covid-19’s economic fallout and to the July unrest, as well as to help drive SA’s vaccine rollout...

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