South Africa is facing many financial headwinds such as significant political uncertainty, the worst drought in decades, poor economic growth prospects and a depreciating rand.
The local government elections in August may also prove to establish a new political dispensation where coalition governance will be more pronounced.
Not all developments are negative, but it is critical that investors appreciate the changing dynamics in the country and how to amend investment and saving strategies accordingly.
Brenthurst Wealth and Moneyweb will host another Quo Vadis? series of seminars in May to provide some perspective on these challenges and offer solutions in mitigation of potential risks.
The speakers are Magnus Heystek of Brenthurst Wealth, Dr Frans Cronjé of the Institute of Race Relations and Ryk van Niekerk, editor of Moneyweb.
This is the second series of the Quo Vadis? seminars. Last year the events were extremely popular and all events were sold out.
- In Paarl on 23 May at the Val de Vie Estate, Jan van Riebeeck Drive.
- In Cape Town on 24 May at the African Pride Crystal Towers Hotel, Century City.
The previous week, seminars will be held in Gauteng:
- In Pretoria on 16 May at the CSIR Conference Centre in Meiring Naudé Drive, Lynnwood.
- In Johannesburg on 18 May at the Pharmaceutical Society Auditorium at 52 Glenhove Road, Melrose Estate.
All the seminars will start at 4pm and end at approximately 5:45pm. Tickets are R500 per person and R250 for Brenthurst Wealth clients. Delegates will receive a seminar report at the conclusion of the series.
Seats are limited. Click here to book your attendance.
Should you require any further information please contact: Daleen on (0)11 799 8100 or email@example.com.