Economists propose R100bn social bond to fund South Africa’s Covid fight

Posted in: Intellidex in the media on May 21, 2020


Intellidex, backed by the Covid-19 Economists Group, is proposing that the South African government consider a ‘social bond’ to raise up to R100bn to compensate for funding gaps that have arisen as SA fights the Covid-19 pandemic. Featured in Polity.

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