GNU demonstrates maturity of SA democracy, says BUSA

GNU demonstrates maturity of SA democracy, says BUSA

Business Unity South Africa believes a stable coalition government will be able to solve the country’s economic crisis.

South African Flag in the wind
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The organisation has welcomed the re-election of Cyril Ramaphosa as president. 

On Friday, Ramaphosa was elected for a second term as president during the first sitting of the National Assembly with support from the DA and IFP.

He will be inaugurated at the Union Buildings on Wednesday.

“We believe that the developments since the May elections demonstrate the maturing of our democracy,” said BUSA CEO Cas Coovadia said

“We see this development and the formation of the government of national unity as an opportunity to take our country forward both economically and socio-economically and to unite our country.”

Coovadia said they are eager to collaborate with Ramaphosa and his new cabinet.

“We commit ourselves to continue the partnership with government that we started approximately a year ago, in the interest of our nation and in a way that creates an environment to attract investment and put our country into sustainable cross paths so that we address the socio-economic problems we currently face.”


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