SOUTH AFRICA QUO VADIS? WILL THE ‘NEW DAWN’ SURVIVE THE LAND EXPROPRIATION WITHOUT COMPENSATION ISSUE?
Winds of change started blowing in SA since the start of 2018 with the recall and later resignation of Jacob Zuma as president and the election of Cyril Ramaphosa to replace him. As sense of optimism developed and the term ‘a new dawn’ quickly became the most widely used in media reports. However, realism set in as the challenges ahead became clear.
The issue of land expropriation without compensation took centre stage and started to dominate news with all political parties weighing in. This and many other matters will drive debate and continue to make head-lines ahead of a national election set for 2019. Political uncertainty will remain as the new president and the new cabinet he announced start to look at what needs to be done to deliver the so-called ‘new dawn’.
Brenthurst Wealth, in association with Moneyweb, will host another series of seminars known as “SOUTH AFRICA QUO VADIS?” Our expert speakers will review the scenarios and also look at how this is likely to impact investment decisions.
The speakers are Magnus Heystek, Director and Investment Strategist of Brenthurst Wealth, Magda Wierzycka, CEO of the Sygnia Group, RALPH MATHEKGA, Leading Political Analyst and author of “When Zuma Goes”, Jean-Pierre Verster, Equity Portfolio Manager of Fairtree Capital, Glyn Owen, Investment Director at Momentum Global Investment, London and Ryk van Niekerk, editor of Moneyweb.
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