The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Goldman Sachs SA Managing Director Colin Coleman.
Coleman provided analysis of the penultimate day of the ANC’s 54th elective conference at Nasrec, Johannesburg.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
The rise of Cyril Ramaphosa is fantastic for the country and very good for the ANC.— Colin Coleman, Goldman Sachs SA
The balance of forces in the NEC… will determine what his [Cyril Ramaphosa] ability and freedom is to act…— Colin Coleman, Goldman Sachs SA
The market is telling you… it is repricing assets for an environment in which growth will happen…— Colin Coleman, Goldman Sachs SA
Foreign investors are going to refresh their views on South Africa.— Colin Coleman, Goldman Sachs SA
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