We need more than a sense of stability to get out of junk status.— Dr Thabi Leoka, Argon Asset Management
Growth is a big, big issue that we can’t solve very quickly.— Dr Thabi Leoka, Argon Asset Management
What will it take SA to get out of junk status again?
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The banks are not in the wrong. They can’t have a higher rating than the sovereign. They were collateral damage.— Dr Thabi Leoka, Argon Asset Management
The new minister [of Finance] says he will keep fiscal policy; he will not rock the boat.— Dr Thabi Leoka, Argon Asset Management
We haven’t tackled our structural problems.— Dr Thabi Leoka, Argon Asset Management
The former finance minister [Pravin Gordhan] did well to bring labour and business together.— Dr Thabi Leoka, Argon Asset Management
I don’t blame business for not trusting Government as they have reneged on promises.— Dr Thabi Leoka, Argon Asset Management
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