Finance Minister Tito Mboweni convened the second colloquium on the South African economy following another one held at the end of December 2018.
Gathering attended by many sector experts as well as academics, private sector economists and key government officials was organized to bring an opportunity for talking about some of the burning issues within the sphere.
“Our objective is to think through what could be in the best interest of South Africans in the medium- to long-term. We will continue to canvass the views of as many South African and international economic experts as is practically possible,” Mboweni said on Saturday.
According to a National Treasury statement, achieved conclusion and colloquium results will form the basis of an economic strategy for the Republic and will also help raise the level of economic growth.