I never thought I'd say this…
While President Cyril Ramaphosa may be less corrupt than Zuma, his economic theories are almost as bad.
I am too.
Like the rest of the market, I celebrated when Ramaphosa replaced Zuma. Aided by heroes of the anti-Zuma movement like Pravin Gordon, I truly hoped we'd see a “New Dawn” for South Africa and a turnaround for our economy.
... ››› more
The elections have once again come and gone.
I trust that you made your contribution to the country, which has left a memorable mark on your thumb which could help define our future.
Talking about voting, I was curious to see what effect the elections have had on the JSE over the last 17 years.
In today's article I want to discuss, two main points which you might find lucrative for yo... ››› more
According to a poll by Kantar Public, Cyril Ramaphosa's support as next ANC president rose to 43% in November from 36% in August. He is also leading the nominations, Ramaphosa has an over 500 branch lead. A lot can still happen in the next few weeks, so, watch this space. As the saying goes, plan for the worst, hope for the best.
Additional tail winds for a global rally is the traction being m... ››› more
After President Jacob Zuma's second inauguration yesterday, he revealed his new cabinet line-up. Perhaps not surprising was his appointment of Cyril Ramaphosa. Last year, Mr Ramaphosa took over as deputy president of the African National Congress (ANC). Now he's the deputy president of South Africa. Let's take a look at whether the new deputy president's appointment is good for the South African e... ››› more
With Cyril Ramaphosa retiring as non-executive director and chairperson of MTN yesterday to return to a career in politics, MTN Group's bringing back former chief executive Phuthuma Nhleko as its chairperson. Here's why this in management is nothing to worry about…
Phuthuma Nhleko was MTN’s chief executive for nine years before retiring in 2011 and letting Cyril Ramaphosa take over a... ››› more
Disclaimer FSP Invest, a division of Fleet Street Publications (Pty) Ltd, is a research house and not a registered broker, financial advisor or financial service provider. Our editors and customer services teams also do not give personal investment advice. The advice in this website is general advice only and may not be appropriate to your particular investment objectives, financial situation or particular needs, so before investing or if in any doubt about your personal situation, you should seek professional advice from a stockbroker or independent financial adviser authorised by the Financial Services Board.
We research our recommendations and articles thoroughly, but disclaim all liability for any inaccuracies or omissions found on this website.
Remember: Never invest more than you can afford to spare and that the value of any investment, and the income derived from it, can go down as well as up. The past is not necessarily a guide to future performance.
Editors or contributors may have an interest in investments commented on in this website.