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You can see why foreign investors would be a little skittish about buying the whole "new dawn" lark, lock, stock and barrel.

Just when you think the right sort of decisions are being taken, into the building swaggers ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule with, wait for it, a bonkers idea to "explore quantity easing measures to address intergovernmental debts to make funds available for developmental purposes". Apparently, this was a statement meant to sum up the decisions taken at the party’s national executive committee lekgotla last weekend...

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