South Africa’s presidential and provincial election is set to be on May 8 this year but all parties are fully geared up for this campaign right now. However, South Africa’s annual GDP increased by a tepid 0.8% in 2018 and public anger is seething in the country following the latest string of blackouts, as the state-owned electricity provider Eskom struggles to meet demand. Colin Coleman, CEO of Goldman Sachs Sub-Saharan Africa, talks about the prospects of the ruling African National Congress ahead of the May 8 elections. Land reform, economic restructuring and security situation are also on the top agenda.
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