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Load shedding cost the economy x billions, which the economics professor has estimated to be R1 trillion. He didn't claim there were no other factors affecting the economy.Blaming all 1 trillion on load shedding is ridiculous, and he calls himself an economics professor, is power the only thing to his economy? Labour, militant unions, state incapacity, he is at best an assistant lecturer in my mind, or is it so in fashion to talk about Eskom and load shedding and varsities pays way too little because of fees must fall that he can't stop himself starting an Instagram and tiktok and try to be an influencer? Gosh!
+fix police service and reduce crime.Do the following:
- Fix loadshedding
- Services that actually work
- No corruption
- No BEE requirements in govt or private sector (ability-based employment)
- Adopt the Cambridge education system
...and we'd be styling like its 2007.
Absolutely.+fix police service and reduce crime.
These are all just symptoms of the underlying issue, fixing the underlying issue is the only real fix.Absolutely.
If all this was done, our economy would surge and we'd attract our educated expats back to the country.
- Fix the Post Office
- Fix the train network
- Make ALL govt services accessible online
I have too many of these...)