Post Lockdown SA: What is the path to economic growth & recovery? | The Podcast

I look at news issues that didn't make it big in mainstream media this week, namely the suspected serial killings in uMthwalume (KZN), and the latest from the murder of Collins Khoza, allegedly at the hands of the SANDF during lockdown.

I then chat to IRR Chief of Staff, John Endres, about the recently released plan to get South Africa's economy back on is feet, and potentially growing at 7% per year.

Is it feasible? How does it differ from the plans by government and labour unions?

Also, stay tuned to find out who the Moemish of the Week is!

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21 Aug 2020 English Explicit South Africa News · Society & Culture

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