Next Week in Africa: October 21-27

Several important developments will occur during the week of October 21-27 that have the potential to shape geomarket outcomes in Africa.

October 23-24: The South Africa-Italy Summit will convene in Johannesburg.

October 24: South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will deliver a Medium Term Budget Policy Statement.

October 25: Moody’s may review its South Africa credit rating.

October 25-27: The inaugural South African Investment Conference will convene in Johannesburg.

October 26: Democratic Republic of the Congo opposition political parties will hold nation-wide protest marches.

October 27: Gabon will hold legislative run-off elections.

October 27: South Sudan may form a transitional Government of National Unity.

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https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/south-africa-ramaphosas-economic-stimulus-address-confidence-his-imperative/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/south-africa-compromised-economic-stimulus-credibility/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/south-africa-political-risk-nenes-mtbps/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/south-africa-ksa-uae-investment-pledges-necessary-for-anc-to-offset-adverse-domestic-policy/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/democratic-republic-of-the-congo-diverse-presidential-candidates-consensus-policy-prescriptions/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/democratic-republic-of-the-congo-elections-ameliorating-political-risk-premium/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/gabon-legislative-elections-austerity-consensus-for-creditor-renegotiations/

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