A result is imminent!
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Lumkile Mondi (Senior Lecturer at School of Economics and Business Science of the University of the Witwatersrand), Bonang Mohale (CEO at Business Leadership South Africa) and Tinyiko Maluleke (Independent Political Analyst at University of Pretoria)
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
The market wants stability.— Lumkile Mondi, Wits
Since the firing of Minister Gordhan… there’s an agenda by the Presidency to take the economy for private purposes…— Lumkile Mondi, Wits
He [Cyril Ramaphosa] has the power of goodwill of many South Africans.— Tinyiko Maluleke, University of Pretoria
There is fatigue, even among the supporters of Zuma. There is a clear realisation that we are being led down the wrong path.— Tinyiko Maluleke, University of Pretoria
We require regulatory certainty and policy stability… We need moral leadership form the ruling party… Rooting out corruption and state capture…— Bonang Mohale, Business Leadership South Africa
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