In the last two weeks, Political Analyst Daniel Silke has been quoted in a wide variety of publications both locally and overseas thereby cementing his position as one of South Africa’s leading Independent authorities on soci-political change in the country.
This weekend, Daniel’s comments on the Moody’s rating downgrade for South Africa were carried in the main article in the Sunday Times Business Times. In addition, a feature report for Fin24.com carried his views on the ongoing Labour unrest affecting the mining industry. During the week, Daniel was once again interviewed by 702’s Chris Whitfield on the Money Show. This time, Daniel commented on the controversial remarks by former JSE boss and SAA board member Russel Loubser regarding leadership in South Africa. Silke continued to be a regular reference for articles in Business Day. Silke also appeared on SABC radio to discuss further aspects of the Mining/Labour unrest.
Further afield, Silke’s latest comments on the South African economic and political situation were this week carried by Bloomberg as well as AFP (Agence France Press) – two of the largest and most highly-rated global news agencies.
As Mangaung approaches and international attention shifts to the current political and economic difficulties facing the country, Daniel Silke continues to offer the latest analysis as part of his Keynote presentations. Silke believes that South Africa is set for a protracted and often uncomfortable period in which leadership and political competition become increasingly fractious. Now is the time to book Daniel’s South African political keynotes to delve into the critical issues facing the country and to understand the path to a better future.