S.Africa’s coronavirus loan scheme lags, hobbling govt relief package

Posted in: Intellidex in the media on September 15, 2020


The purpose that the bank loan guarantee loan scheme was initially designed to meet – buttressing businesses during the lockdown – no longer exists, says Intellidex chair Stuart Theobald. Featured in Reuters. 

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