Why today’s marches in Pretoria (and court proceedings!) may be a turning point

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Nic Borain, Consultant at BNP Paribas Securities South Africa.

Borain discussed today’s marches in Pretoria, various court proceedings and how it might be a turning point for South Africa.

Listen to the interview below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).

Markets are doing a Brazil on us. Each setback Jacob Zuma suffers they’re buying the rand!

Nic Borain

Jacob Zuma is stronger than we think.

Nic Borain

The ANC is gradually losing votes.

Nic Borain

Des van Rooyen, the Guptas, Eskom, Brian Molefe, the Waterkloof landing… This is an organised cabal…

Nic Borain

The worst version of state capture is revealed in this report.

Nic Borain

This is not yet Jacob Zuma’s Watergate moment.

Nic Borain

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