October 2020 – written by Edwin Arrison
Over the last few years, there have been suggestions within SACLI that Church leaders could be trained to become more economically literate. The idea was that a series of training sessions could be held with Church leaders to help them understand “the economic landscape and economic language”.
In the absence of this happening and with the economy in its worst crisis since World War 2, SACLI decided in mid-2020 to engage in a series of courageous economic conversations, to understand what is really happening in the economy at the moment and to make some real implementable proposals for the way forward. The idea was not to make general proposals to government and others, but proposals that could be implemented by
SACLI members and the church in South Africa.

Download to read more [Short Preliminary report on SACLI Economic Conversations]