Impact investing could bridge the socialist / capitalist divide

A Capital Advisors Report on ‘The Landscape for Impact Investing in Southern Africa’ presents that a mere 3% of local financial assets are allocated to impact investment strategies. Our Chairperson, Mr Elias Masilela cautions that this is not sufficient to establish an impact on the country’s socio-economic issues. Masilela emphasises the need to strive for private capital in pursuit of social and environmental impact.

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