President Cyril Ramaphosa’s 2020 State of the Nation Address is going to be a pivotal one with both ratings agencies, investors and the business community holding their collective breaths to see whether the President would finally implement meaningful structural reforms necessary to kick-start a stagnant economy. Joining CNBC Africa to break down these expectations is Andrew Duvenage, Managing Director, NFB Private Wealth Management and Ralph Mathekga, political analyst and Annabel Bishop, Chief Economist, Investec.
TymeBank CEO Sandile Shabalala announced his resignation after 3 years at the company, this follows yesterday’s announcement of BLSA CEO Bonang Mohale’s bow down. Andrew Woodburn, Managing Director at Woodburn Mann and Cynthia Schoeman, Managing Director of Ethics Monitor join CNBC Africa to talk about crisis amidst the business community in South Africa as the country’s top chief executives are stepping down from their posts.
Bonang Mohale has decided to call it quits at Business Leadership South Africa. He has been in the driving seat since 2017. His departure comes two weeks after his counterpart at Business Unity South Africa Tanya Cohen decided to step down. He joins CNBC Africa for more.
Business Leadership South Africa has weighed in on recent economic events, calling for strong and ethical leadership to guide us through an economy that is on its knees, says BLSA CEO Bonang Mohale, he spoke to CNBC Africa reporter Kopano Gumbi.
Small businesses are essential to the South African growth story, but they can only grow if they are given access to core markets, says Bonang Mohale of Business Leadership South Africa. He spoke to CNBC Africa about how they are opening the doors for more businesses.
Business Leadership South Africa congratulates the ANC delegates on the election of the new leadership team led by president Cyril Ramaphosa. We call upon the new leadership of the ANC to now focus...