South Africa's finance minister Tito Mboweni said Davos is not the place to sign big investment deals © World Economic Forum/Greg Beadle
South Africa's finance minister Tito Mboweni said Davos is not the place to sign big investment deals © World Economic Forum/Greg Beadle

South Africa must ‘up its game’ to secure investment

30 January 2020

South Africa’s (SA) presidential special envoy on investment, Jacko Maree, said the country must be able to compete with other African nations to secure foreign investment. 

Maree made the comments at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, where SA ministers discussed key outcomes of conversations with business leaders, both at Davos and at the UK-Africa Summit in London earlier this month. 

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