South Africa to 2030 A strategic intelligence briefing

Frans Cronje
05 September 2018
17h45 – 18h15 Registration (Registration & cheese ’n wine)
18h15 – 19h30 (Presentation + Q&A)
Free Market Foundation, Block 5 Bryanston Gate, 170 Curzon Road, Bryanston (opposite Sandton Medi-Clinic)
This briefing is geared for senior decision makers in the private sector and government to assist them in developing a uniquely robust sense of what is happening in South Africa, why it is happening and what will happen next. It reviews the major socio-economic trends shaping the country, and distils these into four scenarios for South Africa’s route to 2030. Each scenario is presented with markers and forecasts that enable decision makers to position themselves to match likely outcomes.

Biography

Frans Cronje directs the Centre for Risk Analysis (CRA). The CRA helps business and government leaders plan for a future South Africa and identify policies that will create a more prosperous society. It uses deep-dive data analysis and first hand political and policy information to advise groups with interests in South Africa on the likely long term economic, social, and political evolution of the country. Through the CRA he has advised several hundred organisations. He is the author of two books on South Africa’s future and teaches scenario based strategy at the business school of the University of the Free State. He was educated at St Johns College in Houghton and holds a PHD in scenario planning.  

Keep Informed

If you would like to be alerted to our upcoming events, subscribe to our newsletter.

Help FMF promote the rule of law, personal liberty, and economic freedom become an individual member / donor HERE ... become a corporate member / donor HERE