Blame law not Mboweni

By Staff Writer

Blame our laws, not Mboweni, for sky-high rates

By R Albert

From Business Report

Lack of investment and capacity underlies South Africa's relatively poor economic performance and its inability to sustain reasonable levels of growth. Legislators and policy makers should look at why the country is failing industrially and the extent to which legislation is impeding growth and development.

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