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South Africa's policy of black economic empowerment (BEE) is not simply a moral initiative to redress the wrongs of the past. It is a pragmatic growth strategy that aims to realise the country's full economic potential. In the decades before South Africa achieved democracy in 1994, the apartheid government systematically excluded African, Indian and coloured people - collectively known as "black people" - from meaningful participation in the country's economy. This inevitably caused much poverty and suffering - and a profoundly sick economy. The distortions in the economy eventually led to a crisis, ...
The buzz from Africa’s first soccer World Cup is being heard in investment houses across the globe, drawing new business and even capital to a continent that has evolved in the past decade from being an international basket case to a fast- growing frontier market. “There’s definitely been a pick-up in flows from Europe. There’s no doubt about that,” said John Mackie, head of African investments at Stanlib, which manages $300m in sub- Saharan Africa. His comments, supported by several other fund managers, are the first signs of SA accruing some of the “intangible” benefits needed to recoup ... Read More
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