Tag: international monetary fund
Speaking at the 2014 Mining Indaba, Minerals Resources Minister Susan Shabangu said a growing world population was a good sign for Africa's development; Red Door Research's Jim Lennon echoed this, saying China's development needs would mean strong demand for the continent's resources.
International economists predict steady growth in the South African economy over the next year, one sign that the country is increasingly competitive globally – and is attracting substantial interest from Chinese investors.
Brand South Africa will be in Davos for the annual World Economic Forum meeting of world leaders. It will be in Switzerland to tell the story of the country's achievements in the past 20 years of democracy, and to speak about the way forward.
The International Monetary Fund has opened a window of possible funding opportunities for the bankrupt Zimbabwean government.