How to give real meaning to an 'inclusive economy'

21 June 2020 - 00:00 By

The village I live in, just off the road between Hermanus and Gansbaai, is quiet, despite the easing of lockdown. We have two confirmed Covid-19 cases. That number will grow but people here quietly look out for each other.

As the lockdown strangled activity, villagers from both sides of the great divide, with the encouragement of a meticulous Overstrand municipality, have served 60,000 meals in the past six weeks. It has delivered 6,800 food parcels to homes that needed them. It is quite something...

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