S.Africa's Mboweni urges black empowerment support

SOUTH AFRICA - South Africa's central bank governor Tito Mboweni said that although laws could help address the issue of black empowerment in South Africa, public commitment was crucial.

In a talk late on 23 July to black-run women's investment group Wiphold , Mboweni said that laws could only establish minimum requirements for transforming the country's post-apartheid society.

"Yes, you do need changes in the law to address the issue ...but at the end of the day, how committed are all of us to

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