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Mon Nov 24 08:47:28 SAST 2014

Private sector needs shake-up: iLIVE

Mmamagang Modisha, Kempton Park | 14 November, 2012 00:02

Thank you Zama Ndlovu for a stimulating and insightful article on the private sector in South Africa.

Indeed, all the criticism levelled against the public sector in the country, from slow service to incompetent personnel, can also be directed at the private sector. Most private companies are good at deflecting negative publicity. It is interesting to note that the services of some South African companies are far better in foreign countries than they are locally.

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