The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Ann Bernstein, Executive Director at the Centre for Enterprise and Development.
Bernstein discussed the five things that’ll get South Africa’s economy growing again:
Government must place accelerated growth and employment at the top of its policy agenda.
South Africa needs one credible new strategy for inclusive growth.
South Africa needs jobs for the labour force we have, not the labour force we would like to have.
South Africa cannot be pro-growth and anti-business.
- At this time of crisis in South Africa it is not only Government that needs a fundamental change of direction. Business needs a new strategy if it is to provide the leadership the country desperately needs.
Listen to the audio below for more detail.
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