Business gives Ramaphosa 6 key issues to address at the ANC Manifesto launch
What does business expect to hear from Cyril Ramaphosa on Saturday at the 107th-anniversary week of the African National Congress?
CEO at Business Leadership South Africa Bohang Mohale says there are six burning issues that they want Ramaphosa to tackle.
First, it is this notion of land reform, not just expropriation without compensation because there is restitution, there is redistribution and there is land development.Bohang Mohale, CEO at Business Leadership South Africa
Secondly, it is about transformation, this economy must look like us and therefore it must be broadly reflective of the demographics. Thirdly, it is about jobs as it is unsustainable that our unemployment rate is almost 30%.Bohang Mohale, CEO at Business Leadership South Africa
He says a fourth issue is a fiscal crisis, as the last nine years of maladministration, state capture and bribery have taken the country back 20 years.
Mohale says the last two points they want to be addressed have to be about growth and education.
Listen below to the full interview:
This article first appeared on 702 : Business gives Ramaphosa 6 key issues to address at the ANC Manifesto launch
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