The Structural Reforms SA needs

In recent years, my mission has been to advance laissez-faire economics, the sanctity of the family unit, the importance of personal responsibility, the importance of education and skills development, and the necessity for strong national borders. I advance these values because I believe that for South Africa to become a prosperous nation, it must adopt them.

South Africa’s dire economic situation is well understood by most South Africans. The people experience the effects of this moribund economy daily. I have often asked myself a question: who are the South African leaders who understand what needs to be done on policy to reboot the economy?

The governor of the South African Reserve Bank (SARB), Lesetja Kganyago, always comes to my mind. He has repeatedly asserted that South Africa’s economic problems are structural and cannot be….

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