Economic Justice

Thursday, 4 April, 2019 - 13:35
When it comes to the public healthcare sector, it is true that the clinics and hospitals are stretched to the limit. But this is not because of immigrants; the crisis in the healthcare sector is due to years of mismanagement, understaffing, poor planning and corruption. The failure to deliver basic services and quality care to millions of South Africans who cannot buy private healthcare is why Motsoaledi is blaming powerless and voiceless foreigners.
On October 9, 2018, I stood before Judge Babalwa Mantame and took an Oath of Office. Isaid: “I will be faithful to the Republic of South Africa and will obey, respect and uphold theConstitution and all other law in the Republic; and I undertake to...
Blockchain’s ability to remove the need for entrenched third-party intermediaries has huge disruptive potential. By replacing the traditional trusted intermediary with a new type of entity – a peer-to-peer distributed network – DLT (blockchain) is...
ICASA analysed data bundle price trends between 2013 and 2018. Data bundle pricing has seen volatility over the past few years, with consumers increasingly calling for prices to come down.
Community Investment
"Sometimes you have a great obvious resource, sometimes it is your location, the roads, and railways." There will always be competition for investment, so communities know which assets they have and use it to create a competitive advantage.
Minister of Finance
“Mboweni possesses the necessary integrity, skills set and experience which can generate confidence in the markets, among investors and generally in the business community,” said Raymond Parsons, a professor at the North West University’s School of...
Economic Stimulus South Africa
The central element of the economic stimulus and recovery plan is the reprioritisation of spending towards activities that have the greatest impact on economic growth, domestic demand and job creation, with a particular emphasis on township and...
We hope, the government will make the Eskom deal available for scrutiny, given the strategic sector of the investment and that taxpayers will foot the bill.
The 0,7% downturn in the second quarter of 2018 was a result of a fall-off in activity in the agriculture, transport, trade, government and manufacturing industries.
Not only is the gap between the rich and the poor in South Africa the highest in the world, inequality has increased since 1994
SA Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago has a fight on his hands to protect the central bank

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