Thousands of Greeks have rejoiced at the outcome of the Greek referendum, in which 61 percent of voters rejected creditors' demands for Greek tax hikes and pension cuts.
There has been concern that a "no" vote would set off a series of events that could usher Greece out of the eurozone.
Says analyst Xhanti Payi on the Midday Report with Stephen Grootes:
Greece will be looking on Merkel to decide on what happens to Greece.
Listen to Xhanti's full analysis below:
Carien du Plessis reported from Greece and says that the people of Greece are confident in their prime minister and his negotiation skills. There is however an air of uncertainty as people are essentially waiting to see what happens next.
Listen to Carien's report below:
George Glynos, Managing Director at ETM Analytics unpacks the implications of the rejected demands on the global economy.
Listen to the full conversation from CapeTalk's Breakfast with Kieno Kammies:
This article first appeared on 702 : Greece economic crisis: What next? Nobody knows