Join Clem Sunter, Justice Malala and Dr Martyn Davies in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban as they inform and enlighten you as to where South Africa finds itself and where it is heading.

If the Arms Deal will always be remembered as the moment that South Africa lost its innocence.The Local Government Elections and subsequent political response, will ensure that 2016 will be remembered as the year that the ANC lost its political stranglehold on the country.

  • Will Pravin Gordhan survive the onslaught from the Hawks?
  • How will the rating agencies respond to this uncertainty?
  • Will the DA/EFF collaboration survive?
  • Will the traffic lights start working in Johannesburg and Pretoria?
  • Who will win the US Presidential race and does this still matter?

As we live with these uncertainties, it becomes vital for you to stay informed and arm yourself with information. Listen to the experts and you won’t find many commentators better informed than Clem Sunter, Justice Malala and Dr Martyn Davies.

The most important commodity that you can own in the modern world is information. Book your own table and invite your team, your stakeholders and your clients. The reward will exceed your outlay!


Clem Sunter
Internationally renowned scenario planner, Clem Sunter, gives you a comprehensive picture of the global economy and explains exactly where South Africa fits in. Clem has the ability to see past the headlines to produce analysis which has kept him at the top of his game for the past 30 years.
Justice Malala
Following the publishing of his latest book; We Have Begun Our Descent; Justice Malala explains the inner workings of our political system. Justice will also make sense of the results of the Local Government elections.

Stephen Grootes
Award winning journalist Stephen Grootes hosts the ever popular Midday Report on Talk Radio 702 and 567 Cape Talk. Stephen possesses the ability to make his interviewees feel comfortable while he probes deeper than the large Hadron Collider.


Dr Martyn Davies

Dr Martyn Davies is the Managing Director of Emerging Markets & Africa at Deloitte. He also leads the Africa firm's Japan Services Group. Over his career, he has advised a large array of multinational firms on their market entry & engagement strategies in Africa.

14th October 2016
07:00 - 10:00
Cape Town International Convention Centre