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'This is what Africa needs. Companies who will create jobs and grow and build up the continent.'
Government is never an efficient way to build an economy or achieve an objective.
South Africa needs to raise its per-capita growth if it wants to see a ratings agency upgrade later this year.
However, the IMF has warned that outstanding structural reforms are still holding SA back.
Without lucrative opportunities and enterprising individuals, little renewal or revitalisation will take place.
Cyril Ramaphosa's team wants the world to know that SA is an attractive investment destination.
But its likely that the IMF's outlook was compiled before the recent political developments.