Risk.Net: February Credit Data Review

“Cyril Ramaphosa has a lot on his plate. The new South African president succeeded Jacob Zuma on February 15, after allegations of corruption triggered his predecessor’s resignation, and will now have to grapple with the Zuma legacy, severe and spreading water shortages, and entrenched inequality.”

In this series of monthly articles from Risk.net, David Carruthers, head of research at Credit Benchmark, discusses South African Financials and Global credit industry trends.

Read the full article here or in the March edition of Risk Magazine.

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