This issue is much bigger than any political party… It has to be that your country comes before any party that you belong to.— Roger Jardine, Primedia
South Africans are coming together to say this is not the contract we signed in 1994.— Roger Jardine, Primedia
The Save SA gathering is taking place on Wednesday (2 November).
Many of South Africa’s top CEOs and other leaders of society will be present.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Primedia CEO Roger Jardine, Nedbank CEO Mike Brown and Investec CEO Stephen Koseff about why they will be there.
Listen to the three CEOs in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
It’s very important that my very strong personal views not be confused with the independent editorial views of the company.— Roger Jardine, Primedia
The election of 2019 is going to be very interesting!— Roger Jardine, Primedia
There's much more at stake than Pravin Gordhan!— Roger Jardine, Primedia
Business will invest if there is confidence.— Stephen Koseff, Investec
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