Honorary Professors

The Department is proud to associate itself with a number of high profile individuals from outside the university, who collaborate with us on teaching, research and other areas.

Andrew Donaldson
Former Deputy Director General, National Treasury
Andreas Freytag
Professor of Economics, Friedrich-Schiller Universität Jena, Chair for Economic Policy
Rudolf Gouws
Former Chief Economist of Rand Merchant Bank
Francois Groepe
Deputy Governor of the South African Reserve Bank
Michael Jordaan
Former Chief Executive Officer of First National Bank
Jac Laubscher
Former Chief Economist of Sanlam
Franco Malerba
Director of KITeS-Cespri, Bocconi University and Professor of Applied Economics - Bocconi University, Milan - Italy
Tito Mboweni
Advisor to Goldman Sachs International and Chairman of the Boards of Directors, Nampak Limited; former Governor of the South African Reserve Bank
Liberty Mncube
Chief Economist of the South African Competition Commission
Kuben Naidoo
Deputy Governor of the South African Reserve Bank
Léonce Ndikumana
Andrew Glyn Professor of Economics and Director, African Policy Program, Political Economy Research Institute (PERI), University of Massachusetts Amherst
Jan Luiten van Zanden
Professor and Chair of Social and Economic History, University of Utrecht

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10 December
Dominating the domestic headlines last week was the news that South Africa exited a technical recession in 2018Q3. While this was widely expected, the pace of GDP growth surprised on the upside. More on this in the domestic section. After the release of some survey data for the fourth quarter (see domestic section for details), a spate of actual activity...

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10 December
Dominating the domestic headlines last week was the news that South Africa exited a technical recession in 2018Q3. While this was widely expected, the pace of GDP growth surprised on the upside. More on this in the domestic section. After the release of some survey data for the fourth quarter (see domestic section for details), a spate of actual activity...

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