The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Xhanti Payi, Economist at Nascence Advisory.
Payi discussed the South African economy's "cruel hoaxes".
Nascence Advisory is a “black youth owned boutique management consulting and research firm”.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
The dream of starting a small business in South Africa is a cruel hoax.— Xhanti Payi, Nascence Advisory
The research shows that the way to succeed in entrepreneurship is through networks… and connections…— Xhanti Payi, Nascence Advisory
Manufacturing is hiring less and less people… Investment is going in, production is going up, but employment [is not growing]…— Xhanti Payi, Nascence Advisory
It’s terribly cruel hoax [the promise that land, by itself, will give you economic freedom]…— Xhanti Payi, Nascence Advisory
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