Covid_19, Economic

Covid_19, Economic

Junked: Consequences of the Downgrade

Business Maverick Editor, Tim Cohen in conversation with Nazmeera Moola and Peter Worthington

2020-05-21 02:08:00 PM

JUST ANNOUNCED: tim_cohen, Nazmeera Moola and Peter Worthington discuss the effects of the recent downgrade amidst the Covid_19 pandemic and what SA should be doing to support growth and economic recovery. Register here: Sponsored by Brand_SA

Business Maverick Editor, Tim Cohen in conversation with Nazmeera Moola and Peter Worthington

Peter Worthington, Senior Economist at Absa, discuss theeffects of the recent downgradeamidst the Covid-19 pandemicSouth Africa should be doing to support growth and economic recovery.Nazmeera Moolais Head of SA Investments at Ninety One. She works closely with the global and SA capability heads to ensure that we continue to have competitive investment performance and adding further depth and diversity to our Cape Town based investment teams. Prior to this she was co-head of SA & Africa Fixed Income. Nazmeera has covered the macro-economy in South Africa and other emerging markets since 2000.

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Peter Worthingtonjoined Absa in March 2013 as a principal in charge of the South African macroeconomic and strategy research team. After completing his Master’s degree at the London School of Economics, Peter started covering emerging markets with JP Morgan in 1993, with stints in London and Johannesburg, after which he ran the EMEA research for Credit Suisse. Absa’s economic research has won a first place ranking by clients in the annual Spire survey for five of the last six

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tim_cohen Brand_SA We didn't need Moody's downgrade to let's us know SA is junk, we all just need to look at government and their policies, any fool and his goat could tell you SA is junk.

Brazil’s attempts at reform point the way out of junk status for SAPolicies aim to strengthen fiscal accounts, macroeconomic stability, competitiveness and productivity

Helen Zille slated for comparing lockdown with Nongqawuse and the great cattle-killingZille compared lockdown consequences to the Xhosa cattle-killing movement which took place in 1856 in the Eastern Cape. they attack her just because she talks; SA racism day-to-day Ya shove a Zoll in her mouth. She might not be wrong; but she became so 'grillerig' it's hard to agree with her even if she does touch a on a kernel of truth.

Seychelles bans cruise ships until end of 2021The initiative will not be without consequences for the archipelago, often favoured by newlyweds on their honeymoons.

Helen Zille slated for comparing lockdown with Nongqawuse and the great cattle-killingDA federal council chairperson Helen Zille has come under fire for comparing lockdown consequences to the Xhosa cattle-killing movement which took place in 1856 in the Eastern Cape. Hellen is racist finish n klaar Uyagula lo gogo womlungu stru.uvula umlomo kuyanuka. Is Helen an Africanist? Or is she a Euro- Centrist who upholds Euro-Centric views of Caucasian racial superiority over the African People?