It’s instructive for South Africa to note what happened in Venezuela.— Ann Bernstein, Centre for Enterprise and Development
The single biggest lever we have for transformation is high growth!— Ann Bernstein, Centre for Enterprise and Development
Is South Africa about to make a historic mistake?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Centre for Enterprise and Development Executive Director Ann Bernstein.
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After nationalisation of the oil industry production halved.— Ann Bernstein, Centre for Enterprise and Development
The real challenge is not the firms we have, but the firms we have yet to create.— Ann Bernstein, Centre for Enterprise and Development
Bringing in foreign skills can boost South Africa’s economy.— Ann Bernstein, Centre for Enterprise and Development
We don’t appreciate the skills foreigners can bring us, except if they’re named ‘Gupta’.— Ann Bernstein, Centre for Enterprise and Development
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