'SA must work towards sustainable economy'
Cyril Ramaphosa says SA needs to be more innovative and push boundaries to boost the economy.
JOHANNESBURG - Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says South Africa needs to work to towards radical economic transformation in order to build a more sustainable economy.
Ramaphosa was speaking at the Association of Black Securities and Investment Professionals conference in Rosebank in Johannesburg this morning.
He says South Africans need to be more innovative and must push boundaries to boost the economy.
"We need to place the economy on a quantitatively different path that ensures more rapid sustainable growth, higher investment, increased employment and a reduction in inequality."