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.
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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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