President Jacob Zuma will learn his political fate after the counting of votes following a secret ballot on a motion of no confidence against him.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Peter Attard Montalto (Emerging Markets Economist at Nomura International), Dr Adrian Saville (Professor at Gordon Institute of Business Science) and Bonang Mohale (CEO at Business Leadership South Africa).
Listen to the interviews in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
They are toeing the party line. It doesn’t surprise me.— Dr Adrian Saville
The really good news is the strength of the Constitution that continues to display itself.— Dr Adrian Saville
The debate was remarkably boring!— Peter Attard Montalto
It’s been an interesting and peaceful exercise.— Peter Attard Montalto
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