South Africa country brief: A socio-economic and political prognosis

25 Sep 2023 11:30 - 25 Sep 2023 13:00
Arenagruppen, Barnhusgatan 4

Welcome to a lunchtime seminar on the economic, social and political developments in South Africa. Thirty years have passed since apartheid was abolished and the transition to democracy took place. The ANC still holds government power, albeit with less voter support than before. South Africa has become a global player. At the same time, the country has major socio-economic challenges. Increased prices and costs for food, fuel and electricity are hitting many in South Africa hard. Where is the country heading?

We offer a simpler lunch sandwich.
The seminar is conducted in English.

Register before September 20 here.

Daryl Swanepoel is a South African politician and political strategist who is currently the chief executive officer of the Inclusive Society Institute, an independent public policy institute. He was formerly the Convenor of the Progressive Business Forum, the business outreach programme of the ANC. He also served as a Member of Parliament from 1994 – 1999, and later again from 2013 – 2014.