Why Warren Buffett won't spend his R90 billion in SA

Money Show host Bruce Whitfield is back from Omaha where he attended the Berkshire Hathaway AGM and met world-famous investor, Warren Buffet.

Whitfield says Buffet has R90 billion, money equal to South Africa's national budget, that he wants to spend on buying businesses.

However, Whitfield says Buffet won't spend his money here in South Africa.

Listen to the audio below to hear why Buffet won't invest in SA...


This article first appeared on 702 : Why Warren Buffett won't spend his R90 billion in SA


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