5 things investors – made nervous by #TshwaneUnrest – will keep an eye on

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Emerging Markets Economist at Nomura Peter Attard Montalto.

Montalto discussed the following five pressure points investors will keep an eye on after the Tshwane protests:

  • Tenderpreneurism

  • The past in KZN vs the present in Tshwane

  • Recent polls

  • Inability to control violence

  • Hints for after the elections (i.e. South Africa’s long run transition)

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