Talking at the National Investment Dialog on Thursday, he said that the nation expected to resolve fundamental issues first by eliminating administrative weights on organizations.
Godongwana related occurrences of difficulties being looked by the private area in the nation, saying that these should have been addressed direly for the country's economy to develop.
"Something we need to do is to manage these down to earth conventions to ensuring that organizations that needed to work together in South Africa can do it before we welcome others from abroad or that load of different nations. Individuals in South Africa need to go on with regards to their business and contribute and we should permit them to contribute."
The priest likewise tended to the Eskom question, saying that the nation needed to move past attempting to fix Eskom and to getting the stock of power.
"In the course of the most recent 13 years, we've invested the majority of our energy attempting to fix Eskom and not fixing power supply. We need a change in outlook which says, as government, we have security of power supply."
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