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02 December 2019

02 December 2019

Stanlib’s chief executive, Kevin Lings explains why South Africa’s turnaround hurt by ongoing uncertainty regarding state owned enterprises. He also takes  a closer look at the government's rising wage bill. Ahmore Burger-Smidt , Director at Werksmans Attorneys and  Arthur Goldstuck,  World Wide Worx’s MD analyse the Competition Commission’s call for lower data fees



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