FMF NEWSLETTER 26 APRIL 2017
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This week’s feature article proposes innovative changes that should be made to improve the lives of the poorest South Africans. The author describes the enormous improvement in the lives of people everywhere during the last two centuries due to the economic revolution, which came to be known as the Industrial Revolution, that started in England and spread to the rest of the world. With the right policies, South Africa could experience its own economic revolution.
Time for South Africans to live and let live – TEMBA A NOLUTSHUNGU
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Publish date: 26 April 2017
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