ANC 2017 Elective Conference

'Ramaphosa has the power to change the country for the better'

Scenario planner, Clem Sunter says Ramaphosa is the ideal person to grow the economy of South Africa.

Sunter says Ramaphosa has the power to change the country for the better.

He was appointed as the new president of the ANC on Monday at the 54th ANC Elective Conference at Nasrec, Johannesburg.

However, there's a bit of uncertainty over other members who were elected to be in ANC leadership Top Six, particularly their involvement with state capture.

I think we now need an economic Codesa to produce a new economy.

Clem Sunter, Scenario planner

I think he is the ideal person to put it all together.

Clem Sunter, Scenario planner

Make no mistake, we do need a new economy and we do need a deal on the land.

Clem Sunter, Scenario planner

For me, he is the kind of guy to get the concessions needed from business to make it an open economy.

Clem Sunter, Scenario planner

He is a very good chess player. That's why I think he could garner the kind of support that's needed from the real players in the industry to change the game.

Clem Sunter, Scenario planner

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