Farmer's Weekly

2020: the year of crises

South Africa and the world are in crisis mode, limping from disaster to disaster. Economies are not growing, and poverty and inequality have reached unprecedented levels.

In South Africa, economic development has become a dominant discourse in all quarters. The country’s economic growth has dwindled over the past decade, economic growth for 2020 has been revised downwards, and GDP is expected

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