Lessons from Singapore for SA's newly elected President Cyril Ramaphosa

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- cnbcafrica.com | 4 months ago

Singapore’s war on corruption, along with tight control of its just over five million people through what its critics often call draconian laws, has been part of the transformation of the island from a rundown port, off the southern tip of Malaysia, into a manufacturing and financial powerhouse considered one of the most robust and open economies in the world.

It holds lessons for South Africa as it tries to battle corruption on the road to economic recovery under its re-elected President Cyril Ramaphosa.

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