A week of looting in South Africa that will impact for years to come
The Business of Money
It has been a tough week in South Africa and the country is reeling in the aftermath of a week of rioting and looting. The impact of this week in South Africa will be felt for a long time to come but markets haven’t yet reflected the pain that the country has suffered.
We also look beyond the crisis and focus on company news with Richemont and Burberry earnings and then of course there is the news that Standard Bank is absorbing Liberty. When Mia Kruger, Director Research & Fund Management at Kruger International Asset & Wealth Management, and David Shapiro are asked for their stocks of interest they both bring iron ore into focus.
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About Bronwyn Nielsen
With over 25 years’ experience in African and Global broadcasting, Bronwyn is one of Africa’s most experienced and well-known broadcasters.
During 2018 and 2017 alone Bronwyn has chaired debates and panel discussions at World Economic Forum events including Switzerland (Davos), South Africa (Cape Town and Durban), UAE (Dubai), China (Dalian) and India (New Delhi).
She is also called upon by leading business organisations and institutes, such as Milken Institute, African Development Bank and the ABN Group (which includes CNBC Africa and Forbes Africa) to moderate key live broadcast sessions at their global events.