JOHANNESBURG – By now, anybody remotely interested in South Africa's economy will be aware of National Treasury's recently released draft-policy document on an economic strategy for South Africa.
It focuses on economic transformation, inclusive growth and competitiveness, and invites public discussions and input until mid-September.
The way it collates our challenges and avenues to redirect South Africa’s economic path should be lauded.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s document paints a startling picture of South Africa's dire economy, and identifies various ways to turn the tide.
My input looks at three key areas: