South Africa, change is coming …

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‘I see great success for a lot of young people. I don't think it'll be like a bolt of lightning and thunder, as you get on Joburg afternoons. Often, change is very incremental. As you drive, a tree was pretty naked and, the next thing you see, it's all purple again. It's Jacaranda season and oh gosh, when did it happen? That's how it happens,’ says 'steel ball' optimist, business leader and author Muzi Kuzwayo.
20 Oct 2023 English South Africa Business News · Politics

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