Opinion: We need bright ideas to address economic challenges

The 2017 Sanlam Benchmark Survey has revealed that almost 73% of professional, middle class South Africans experience financial stress.

702's Xolani Gwala says government should put in place bright and implementable ideas to address economic challenges in the country.

It's starting to affect people that are working, so you can imagine the instability that this is going to cause going forward.

Xolani Gwala, 702 Breakfast host

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