The National | Dec 13, 2013 | 3:21

After Nelson Mandela, economic challenges loom for South Africa

As the world celebrates Nelson Mandela's legacy, the radical shifts in South African law and politics are top of mind. But when it comes to the economy, the message is murkier.

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