1. SA will be hard to sell in Davos for Mboweni  IOL
  2. 3 South African ministers attending Davos  BusinessTech
  3. State assets sale; Telkom job cuts anger; ANC rifts; Tito’s Davos challenge; SA lags in social mobility  BizNews
  4. What yarn can Mboweni spin at the World Economic Forum in Davos?  Daily Maverick
  5. South Africa has to move away from the liberation mode of politics  Daily Maverick
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Economists are sceptical that Finance Minister Tito Mboweni and Team SA delegation will succeed in inspiring investor appetite.Economists are sceptical that Finance Minister Tito Mboweni and Team SA delegation will succeed in inspiring investor appetite.

Several ministers will represent South Africa at two important upcoming global events this week, including the 2020 World Economic Forum.Several ministers will represent South Africa at two important upcoming global events this week, including the 2020 World Economic Forum.

3 South African ministers attending Davos

The Government is accelerating the sale of state assets to fund cash-strapped South African Airways and other distressed state-owned companies.The Government is accelerating the sale of state assets to fund cash-strapped South African Airways and other distressed state-owned companies.

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“That Tito Mboweni is flying Swiss Air to Davos says it all https://t.co/dDi0e5n2GQ via @BusinessLiveSA”

Carol Paton on Twitter: "That Tito Mboweni is flying Swiss Air to Davos says it all https://t.co/dDi0e5n2GQ via @BusinessLiveSA"

With nothing to offer, Tito Mboweni may be tempted to talk up the Fourth Industrial Revolution, but, unfortunately for him, it won’t escape investors that the South African government is still not able to deliver such basic services as electricity, sewage and water reticulation and road infra...With nothing to offer, Tito Mboweni may be tempted to talk up the Fourth Industrial Revolution, but, unfortunately for him, it won’t escape investors that the South African government is still not able to deliver such basic services as electricity, sewage and water reticulation and road infrastructure. Services successfully delivered by other countries during the First and Second Industrial Revolutions.

What yarn can Mboweni spin at the World Economic Forum...