Is SA open for business? Dealmaking in SA - walking a tightrope | DealMakers

​​South Africa’s economic performance is at its weakest since the advent of democracy. The 2009 Global Financial Crisis pales in comparison. Real gross domestic product (GDP) fell by -1.5% in 2009, while South Africa expects a decline of at least -7% in 2020.​ GDP fell by just ​over 16% between the first and second quarters of 2020, giving an annualised growth rate of -51%.



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