Slow paced JSE transformation a ticking time bomb

The slow pace of transformation within JSE listed companies is a ticking time bomb for South Africa, according to Fatima Vawda. The founder and CEO of 274 investment managers says blacks own or have direct influence of 3% of the R12trn invested on the Stock Exchange. She says government must be more aggressive in driving the National Development Plan and that the country needs at least 5 % growth to reduce unemployment. – Tim Modise

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