- The DA feels that the ANC does not really have a plan to get South Africa out of its recession
- Their leader shared their 7-point-plan that they believe could save the country's economy
- Maimane said SA needs to stop the motion of expropriation without compensation
Mmusi Maimane, leader of the Democratic Alliance, feels that the African National Congress and the Presidency have no clear plan to get the country out of its current succession.
Maimane explained his party's plan to help South Africa after it was announced in last week that South Africa entered into recession after the GDP decreased yet again.
Briefly.co.za reported that agriculture and trade are the biggest influences on South Africa's economy.
The DA call their ideas a “Recession Recovery Plan”, which is a 7-point-plan that is meant to help the country.
South Africa must scrap reckless economic policies like the proposed nationalisation of the Reserve Bank and the undermining of property rights through expropriation without compensation.
Maimane added that the country needs leadership that will create an environment where business can grow and the economy can grow.
We must work towards reducing the unemployment rate, especially among our young people and deliver the much-needed service delivery to the people of South Africa.
eNCA reported that according to the DA, South Africa needs alternative and fresh ideas that will start growth and get the economy going again.
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