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Help to grow an inclusive economy - Ramaphosa tells white South Africans

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on white South Africans to assist in working on creating an inclusive economy.

Ramaphosa said there should be inclusive growth on strategic sectors like land and the ownership of companies.

Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) is here to stay, Ramaphosa told MPs.

President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on white South Africans to assist in creating an inclusive economy, rather than holding on to the privileges of the past.

Ramaphosa was responding to questions during a hybrid sitting of the National Assembly on Thursday afternoon when he was questioned on how to grow the economy by Freedom Front MP Pieter Groenewald.

"Our people have been patient forever and a day… they have been waiting for solutions. I am saying let us work together... [find] real solutions that are going to be impactful on the livelihoods of our people. An inclusive economy is what should be occupying you, honourable Groenewald, in your mind and everything you do, rather than let us continue holding on to the privileges that white people have always had in this country," Ramaphosa said.

Ramaphosa's first virtual question-and-answer session went smoothly and, despite some disruptions, the president had sleek responses to questions.

EFF leader Julius Malema accused Ramaphosa of putting profits before lives by easing Covid-19 lockdown restrictions. The accusation caused a stir and ANC MPs launched a verbal attack on EFF members.

Ramaphosa kept his cool and, despite the insults and interjections, answered all of Malema's questions.

DA interim leader John Steenhuisen also peppered Ramaphosa with questions around the government's Covid-19 response and the National Coronavirus Command Council, but Ramaphosa stood firm in his responses.

He was also questioned on the government's efforts to clamp down on corrupt officials.

Ramaphosa, however, asked for a rain check when questioned about ANC councillors and the distribution of food parcels.


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