The Year of the Tiger – what is in store for the world in 2022 part II?

On Thursday, 5 March 2020, 651 days ago, the National Institute for Communicable Diseases confirmed that a suspected case of COVID-19 had tested positive.
It feels like this news report took place years ago and that COVID-19 has been with the world for much, much longer.
Now, 21 months into the pandemic, 251m confirmed cases of COVID-19, 5m deaths, and 7.1bn vaccine doses later on a global scale, many parts of the world remain in limbo and struggling to recover.
It’s time to consider the new reality that is emerging in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, and ask what it means for politics, economics, business.

Michael Avery is joined by Warwick Lucas Head of Galileo Securities; Raymond Parsons, professor in the School of Business and Governance at Northwest University & Isaah Mhlanga, Chief Economist at Alex Forbes