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BLSA CEO Busi Mavuso, said the overall positive tone of South African CEOs and the major strides in key areas to grow both their own businesses and the local economy was “refreshing”. Photo: Supplied/Archive.
BLSA CEO Busi Mavuso, said the overall positive tone of South African CEOs and the major strides in key areas to grow both their own businesses and the local economy was “refreshing”. Photo: Supplied/Archive.

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Investors say Africa remains an exciting investment destination with “positive demographics, rising adoption of technology, and rising consumer and business spending”.

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