FMF NEWSLETTER 5 February 2020


FMF NEWSLETTER 5 February 2020   
ARTICLE of the week  

Production and savings are what drives an economy – JACQUES JONKER

The South African economy is facing a savings crisis. Citizens cannot afford to save enough money to drive the necessary capital generation for investment because of the suffocating effects of the government’s economic policies, such as high tax rates and levies on certain products like fuel.

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Load shedding: what caused it and why the lack of a permanent solution?DAVID NICHOLLS
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Wednesday, 5 February 2020 EVENING EVENT Liberalism in South Africa, it's history and prospects for 2020 and beyond John Kane-Berman; Gwen Ngwenya and Martin van Staden @ 17h45 for 18h15 @ FMF RSVP

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