South Africa Political and Economic Development
The program began his presentation with a video clip from the South African parliament criticizing the Zuma government.
Frans Cronje talked about political and economic development in South Africa since the country changed from apartheid to a majority-rule government system. Among the topics he addressed were infrastructure issues, the increase in protests and riots, declining gross domestic product (GDP), and corruption between businesses and government entities.
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Frans Cronje Chief Executive Officer South African Institute of Race Relations
Marian L. Tupy Senior Policy Anayst Cato Institute->Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity
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