To my mind

Naudé, Colleen
June 2009
Finweek;6/4/2009, p8
In this article the author offers her comments on the news about the South African economy yielding to the global recession. The author believes that the Treasury director-general Lesetja Kganyago's announcement that the country is not alone in experiencing the financial crisis demonstrates either to ignorance of the economy or at best to an inability to think on his feet. He suggests that the country needs leaders who can provide balanced direction.


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