COMPANIES need to make “symbolic sacrifices” and moderate their remuneration expectations instead of only those of unions and workers, University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) vice-chancellor and principal Adam Habib said on Thursday.
But he also urged the government to be more responsive to inequality in South Africa and to “stop using apartheid” as a yardstick for the country’s progress.
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