Nigerian view on SA’s economy after the Zuma administration

After immense pressure from the African National Congress, South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma finally yielded and ended his 9 year tenure with his resignation from office. Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa, is now charged with salvaging the legacy of the party. Bismarck Rewane CEO of Financial Derivatives joined CNBC Africa to discuss the impact this change could have on South Africa’s business relations with West Africa.

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