Ramaphosa's speech 'moves people around – creating the illusion of action'

Ramaphosa’s speech ‘moves people around – creating the illusion of action’

Although the Cosatu union federation has adopted a six-month wait-and-see attitude to monitor the implementation of the commitments made by President Cyril Ramaphosa in the State of the Nation address (Sona), political and economic experts expressed Thursday differing views on the discourse. . Jannie Rossouw, an economics professor at the Wits Business School, worried about too much centralized power within the presidency. Rossouw said the announcement of an electricity minister was “a bad idea”. “I found the idea of ​​appointing the Minister of Electricity a very bad idea – too much power being centralized in the Presidency. I also do not support the statement…

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