Daniel Silke – Special Edition Keynote
The Historic Vote: What Local Election Results mean for South Africa’s Political Economy in 2016 & Beyond.
Just released: South Africa has entered into a new era of coalition politics as the ANC loses ground across the country. What does a weaker ANC mean for South Africa? Will the result impact the 2019 General Election? What are the ramifications for both leadership change and economic policy? Can the elections influence the ratings agencies? Is competitive democracy good for South Africa? Can the economy recover or will it continue to feel strain? All these issues and more will be analysed in Daniel Silke’s special edition keynote immediately available for booking.
Daniel Silke is a Political Economy analyst and Director of the Political Futures Consulting based in Cape Town. Silke’s views are now sought out by the BBC, Bloomberg, AFP, the Financial Times, Business Day, 702/Cape Talk and a host of global and international media. He offers an acclaimed series of keynote presentations suitable for a wide variety of conferences and events.