LUKANYO MNYANDA: It’s time to come clean on the R200bn lending stimulus that isn’t

Posted in: Intellidex in the media on November 3, 2020


Take-up of the state-guaranteed loans has been poor, with about R16bn being extended. If you are using R200bn as a starting point, that’s just 12% and it’s fair to say it’s been a failure. Check out Lukanyo Mnyanda’s Business Day column, featuring Intellidex’s Stuart Theobald.

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