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Episode 99: The economic impact of unrest in South Africa

What began as violent protests calling for the release of former president Jacob Zuma from prison in several parts of KwaZulu-Natal province on 9 July has spiraled into significant destruction and unrest across South Africa. Join our South Africa research team as they assess how the damage to infrastructure and the consequent supply chain disruptions have altered growth prospects for the South African economy for 2021 and 2022. They will cover economic growth, options to effectively address the challenging electricity situation, and the likelihood, triggers, and key risks for continued political instability.


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Speaker: Anton Casteleijn, Senior Economist, Sub-Saharan Africa and

Thea Fourie, Associate Director, Sub-Saharan Africa Economics, IHS Markit and

Silvia Macri, Principal Research Manager, Africa and Middle East Power & Renewables - Climate and Sustainability, IHS Markit and

Nezo Sobekwa, Africa Country Risk Analyst, IHS Markit

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