Covid-19, elections and the economy – what South Africans can expect in 2021

Posted in: Intellidex in the media on January 26, 2021

Structural reform will happen but not with the required speed, because of constraints such as an ineffective presidency machine, lack of deploying political capital, endless social compacting and negative fallout risk policies, says Intellidex’s Peter Attard Montalto. See Business Tech. 

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