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FMF R1Million Challenge Success!
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We need less, not more, government intervention in the economy – MPIYAKHE DHLAMINI
Government intervention in the economy simply does not work. It is a mystery, then, why so many otherwise intelligent people keep calling for more of the same. After years of low growth (12 years now) concurrent with government fiscal deficits and various stimulus packages, we are now faced with retrenchments across the economy. The latest of which is Massmart announcing that it is considering retrenching 1,400 people.
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Publish date: 29 January 2020
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