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PRESIDENT Cyril Ramaphosa said South Africa is open for business. But threatening whites with expropriation without compensation is saying we are not open for business.

Allowing criminals to run riot is saying we are not open for business. Allowing unqualified and inexperienced cadres to steal and waste billions is saying we are not open for business. Saying matric pupils can pass if they get 30% or more in three subjects is saying we are not open for business.

Allowing Sadtu to dictate educational policy is saying we are not open for business.

Having a minimum wage and allowing endless strikes is saying we are not open for business. Allowing people to burn infrastructure with impunity is saying we are not open for business. Forcing mines to give 26% of their shares to black people is saying we are not open for business.

Businesspeople do not look at what we say, they look at what we do. There are 100 other more welcoming countries that they can invest in.

NAUSHAD OMAR

Cape Town