ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa has a plan to fix South Africa’s ailing economy.
He wants to create special economic zones and introduce tax reforms to encourage companies to hire.
He promises policy certainty to the mining sector and the scaling of a youth-employment program.
Ramaphosa wants Government to prioritise economic growth and investment while containing debt and spending.
He wants black South African to have a larger stake in the economy, reduce the cost of doing business, improve the education system, fix state-owned companies and – vitally important – root out corruption.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed President Jacob Zuma's economic advisor Sandile Zungu.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
We’re very pleased with Cyril Ramaphosa… We have a lot of confidence he will shepherd the ANC into a new [business friendly] territory…— Sandile Zungu
We hope polarisation associated with the elections are a thing of the past now.— Sandile Zungu
For all the wrong reasons, state-owned enterprises have dominated headlines…— Sandile Zungu
We must focus on the low hanging fruits…— Sandile Zungu
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