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6 things to watch post-election, considering your investments in South Africa

9 May 2019 7:41 PM
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Personal finance guru Warren Ingram has a beady eye on the following things, and he’s ready to adjust his strategy accordingly.
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South Africa’s sixth democratic national election is done and dusted.

Warren Ingram, a financial advisor at Galileo Capital, is keeping a close eye on the following six things:

  • Election results - Magnitude is a signal, contrary to what others say.

  • President Ramaphosa’s “first” Cabinet – its size and who is there (and who isn’t).

  • The restructuring of Eskom - who is in charge (and how quickly they start making meaningful changes).

  • Land expropriation - How quickly it is resolved (and how rationally).

  • Streamlining of tourism in South Africa - visa regulations, crime fighting and the marketing of the country.

  • Job creation and education initiatives - too early to measure (but what action are they considering?).

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Ingram.

For more detail listen to the interview in the audio below.

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This article first appeared on 702 : 6 things to watch post-election, considering your investments in South Africa


9 May 2019 7:41 PM
Tags:
Eskom
Cyril Ramaphosa
Ramaphosa
Cabinet
Tourism
Warren Ingram
2019 elections
The Money Show
Job creation
Land expropriation without compensation
Land
Bruce Whitfield
Land reform
Election
Land expropriation
Personal finance
Galileo Capital
2019 general elections
2019 election
2019 national elections
Restructuring
unbundling
eskom unbundling

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