An economy in need of a hope transfusion

Experts believe the economy is in desperate need of hope, a critical commodity to re-energise local companies, foreign investors as well as the innovative sector towards a clear strategy that kickstarts the country’s recovery from the pandemic’s impact. Staff Writer, MBONGENI MGUNI explains

“There is a need to come up with something that can show that indeed, we are clearly moving a certain way. Hope creates confidence and we need that hope.

“Things look very gloomy now. The most important thing is the direction and the path of the economy and right now, it’s not clearly visible where we are heading.”

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