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Some things never seem to die. The call for the nationalisation of the Reserve Bank is one. Delegates to the ANC's policy conference called again for the Bank’s private shareholders to be bought out by the state. This was a resolution at the party’s 2017 national conference, but the calls go back further than that.
At least this time there was a qualification to the effect that the move should be done in a way SA could afford. But one has to wonder why this is still such an obsession within the party...
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