ISAAH MHLANGA: Not a good time to be stuck in the here and now
The recent RMB Think Summit found that, if we look beyond our present problems, the future holds a lot to be optimistic about
Given the inconvenience of load-shedding, the frustration of being stuck in traffic, the delays in shipping bulk goods and the slow implementation of economic reforms in our everyday lives, it is easy to be stuck in the here and now.
It is also easy to be inward-looking, thereby missing the external shifts that will have significant structural changes to the domestic business environment. In conversations with industry colleagues and clients, I get a sense that many of them are now firmly inward-looking and stuck in the here and now...
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