Young Economist 2017 winners

Posted by Melt van Schoor on 2017-10-26

Stellenbosch made a complete sweep of the top three places in this year's Young Economist competition. Teams from three universities (Stellenboch, Cape town and Western Cape) took part attempting to predict economic variables such as the CPI inflation rate, exchange rates and real GDP growth rate. The photo, with the winners in front (Samuel Sendzul, Heinrich Schnackenberg and Pierre Lombard, team name The Byrdes), was taken at the prizegiving ceremony at the sponsor's (Die Burger) offices.

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