South Africa Keen to Regain Investor Confidence in Davos

Publication Date:
23 January 2018
South Africa, Europe and Africa, Governance, International Organizations and Africa, Investment

South Africa is one of the continent's largest economies. It's Africa's most developed economy. The country is however dealing with both economic and political challenges. Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is heading the South African delegation to the World Economic Forum this year. And he'll be focused on re-gaining investors' trust. CGTN's Sumitra Nydoo has more.


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