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Minister Ebrahim Patel addressing delegates at the Roundtable  Session on the Social Economy Policy for South Africa, which took place in Bryanston in Johannesburg. Sitting next to him is Deputy Minister of Economic Development, Mr Madala Masuku.

 

Minister Ebrahim Patel addressed delegates at the Roundtable Session on the Social Economy Policy for South Africa, which took place in Bryanston in Johannesburg 

 

The meeting was held to give key stakeholders the platform to share knowledge and experiences, in order to sharpen the process of developing the Social Economy Policy. This session is a prelude to the National Consultation Conference which will take place early next year.

  

Minister Patel's interview with Power FM's Ayabonga Cawe on the Social Economy Policy. 

 

https://omny.fm/shows/power-business/social-economy-policy

 

Minister Ebrahim Patel addressed delegates at the Roundtable Session on the Social Economy Policy for South Africa, which took place in Bryanston in Johannesburg

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All Service Providers and Businesses

The Economic Development Department wishes to advise members of the public, particularly those in business, to be alert to a scam utilizing the logo of the Economic Development Department. The fraudsters involved send unsuspecting business operators a Request for Quotations for the provision of Solar Panels.

As the Economic Development Department, we wish to state that we do not have such a project, and therefore beware that the Request for Quotation is not from the Economic Development Department.

Please confirm any request you receive with our Supply Chain Management division on these details 012 394 3579. Report these fraudulent activities to the SAPS or call the Anti Corruption hotline 0800 701 701 or SMS to 39772 or send an email to fraud@economic.gov.za.


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