To all our supporters, members, friends, and the South African public, please take all necessary steps to remain safe and healthy in these very difficult times.
The FMF has been hard at work researching the impact of the lockdown, especially the impact of regulations on poorer South Africans.
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Book extract | Recession, recovery and reform: South Africa after Covid-19 – Contribution by Temba A Nolutshungu
South Africa’s socio-economic problems and their broader detrimental consequences may seem insurmountable, but they are not. The situation can be turned around.
Simply implementing policy reforms that enhance individual liberty and respect the supremacy of the private sector in creating wealth and generating employment would be like waving a magic wand.
All government has to do is remove their varied ideological blinkers when enacting policy.
They need to focus instead on empirical evidence that irrefutably explains the glaring discrepancies between high-growth, prosperous economies and poor economies characterised by low growth and economic decline.
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FMF articles For SA to prosper the state must stop trying to kill the private sector – Zakhele Mthembu
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Publish date: 12 August 2020
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