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South African politicians, not bureaucrats, stand in the way of a professional civil service

By Mcebisi Ndletyana, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Johannesburg
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The post-COVID-19 world will demand that governments do more with less, or at least spend within their means. Economic activity has ground to a halt. In South Africa’s case, the country was in bad shape even before the pandemic.

COVID-19 coincided with the downgrading of the country’s credit status to junk. More than three million people have since lost…


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