South Africa has long been held up as an exemplar state for unlocking Africa’s potential. As the only African nation in the G20 and the newest member of the BRICS ‘emerging economies’, it is at the forefront of the global economic conversation and through cultural currency such as the 2010 World Cup, has advertised itself as the place to be for both business and tourism alike. However, the country is very much at odds with itself on virtually every meaningful issue, which cannot help but have an effect on the current activity and future outlook. The ‘grey areas’ here all have a tendency towards the black.
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