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South Africa ready to learn from Ghana’s digital address system

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South Africa’s Ambassador to Ghana, Lulu Xingwana has expressed satisfaction with Ghana’s rolled-out digital property address system.
Ambassador Lulu believes the digital address system is innovative and shows Ghana’s readiness to leapfrog its technological drive for rapid economic development.
The Ambassador made the observation when she led a team of MBA students from the University of Witwatersrand Business School ,WBS, to pay a courtesy call on the Vice President, Mahamudu Bawumia, as part of their annual global tour, a requirement for all MBA students at the School.
Ambassador Lulu congratulated the government on the bold initiatives it has undertaken in the last 22 months, adding that South Africa is prepared to take a cue form the numerous projects, especially the digital address system.
At the meeting, Vice President, Mahamadu Bawumia took the students and academic heads through the mandate and operations of the Economic Management Team (EMT) and the Presidential Delivery Unit (PDU).
He also touched on how policy decisions are made at the appellate level of government at the EMT and decentralised for implementation.
Key among the highlights made by the Vice President were the steps Ghana is taking in the area of economic formalization through digitization.

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