/ 4 February 2022

Can the private sector help to fix ‘a fragile state’?

Safrica Politics Unrest
Disruption: Soweto residents protest in front of Maponya Mall against the wave of violence and looting that affected Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal in July last year. Photo: Luca Sola/AFP
Privatisation stands to deepen inequalities. But some experts say collaboration between business and government can work in everyone’s interest

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