The 2013 Competition was launched by the Minister of Finance and all Students of Economics are encouraged to register and start researching the topic because you could be a winner and there are some great prizes on offer!
An idea could change the course of South African economic history, so we offer generous cash prizes.
Finalists, Top 20, Winners and their essays, Interviews with winners & much more.
Launched in 1972, this year sees the competition celebrate its 41st year. Whilst the format of the event has evolved over the last four decades to keep up with the changing times, judges have continued to select essays written by some of the top economic minds our country has produced.
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