Economic transformation

 
Financial sector gets wake-up call
Financial sector gets wake-up call
The financial sector has come under fire again for its slow pace of transformation, with the Association of Black Securities and Investment...
SACP won’t back ‘radical looting’
SACP won’t back ‘radical looting’
South African Communist Party (SACP) deputy general secretary Solly Mapaila says the ANC should have opened up its succession debate to restore the...
Editorial: The poor are used in the economic and power war
Editorial: The poor are used in the economic and power war
"Transformation” – or “radical economic transformation” – has become the buzzword of our contemporary political discourse. Few would deny...
Radical economic transformation remains a pipedream
Radical economic transformation remains a pipedream
The Minister of Finance gave a promising 2015 budget speech, but listening to the president responding to the debates...
Nice work, if you can get it
Nice work, if you can get it
It’s a typically humid January day in Durban, and the roads are busy with parents rushing off to school and people making their way to...
Coming to terms with the dual economy
Coming to terms with the dual economy
Even before democracy, the Wiehahn Commission in 1979 began to dismantle the apartheid economy with its institutionalised workplace racism. The...
Choose your partners with care
Choose your partners with care
South Africa is in a transition phase at the moment — broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) codes were revised last year, and these...
‘We simply have to deliver’
‘We simply have to deliver’
Twenty years is a significant chunk of time to evaluate the progress we have made towards achieving economic transformation.
Building solid foundations
Building solid foundations
In 20 years, the post-apartheid government has been able to dig the South African economy out of a deep hole and has built a foundation for higher...
BEE law has failed small enterprises, say black leaders
BEE law has failed small enterprises, say black leaders
Black economic empowerment has failed to reach its objectives and needs to be reviewed urgently, according to black business leaders, business...

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