Long road ahead for South Africa’s investment drive?

Posted in: i-Blog on July 23, 2021

Intellidex chairperson Stuart Theobald spoke with SABC News’ Alternative Investor, discussing how investors viewed South Africa pre-Covid and now. Theobald notes that in many respects, SA is an attractive market. It’s a middle-income country, a constitutional democracy and has strong financial sector infrastructure along with a strong legal system. While the country has had a reasonably compelling offering for investors since democracy, that has been severely undermined by the state capture years.

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