At the end of August international consultants McKinsey released a report outlining five sectors of the South African economy that could massively boost GDP growth and create large numbers of jobs.
These sectors are:
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Christine Wu, co-author of the report and partner at McKinsey.
Scroll down to listen to the audio for more detail.
Gas is NOT synonymous with fracking! Gas is the most strategically flexible option for South Africa.— Christine Wu
South Africa already has a strong and sophisticated services sector. However, we’re punching below our weight.— Christine Wu
There are huge issues in agriculture that we need to address.— Christine Wu
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