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Tutwa Consulting Group conducts authoritative research into and analysis of complex policy and regulatory matters affecting business in emerging markets. We are perfectly suited for small, medium and large businesses, public sector, and educational institutions who want to grow their network and measure impact through our portfolio of services.


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Tutwa Consulting Group is a consortium partner in the DFID-funded global economic governance project.

Thought Leadership

Central to Tutwa’s methodology is production of cutting edge research and analysis. In our blog we present insights of our thought leadership, through tackling current topics. Readers are invited to sign up to our distribution lists and newsletters, and to Peter Draper’s twitter feed in order to receive access to the latest insights.


The BRICS nations and their symbol of Independence
The 9th BRICS summit is upon us, being held in Xiamen, this month from the 3rd to the 5th of September, under China’s Chairmanship. Despite...

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Enemy at the port: Considerations on a US-China trade war
It has been a busy 6 months for the United States Trade Representative with President Donald Trump and his trade hawks in command. Continuing his...

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Can the Continental FTA Improve Africa’s poor intra-regional trade performance?
Closer economic integration is a prescription frequently advocated for the African continent, and enthusiastically endorsed by politicians and business alike. Accordingly, the continent does not...

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Epic Confrontations on International Trade Governance Await Zimbabwe Ahead of the 37th SADC Summit
In the last 5 years, business relations between Pretoria and Harare have turned sour, as a result of the later resorting to the use of...

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Populism on the rise: What to do?
This is the third part of Tutwa’s mini-series, Populism on the rise, which is dedicated to the reaction to populist movements and politics in order...

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Caught between the WHO and the lure of a cash crop
Over the last couple of decades, great effort was made to reduce tobacco consumption rates the world over. These efforts come as a result of...

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Testimonials

Thanks again for presenting to our Parliamentary group yesterday! They really appreciated your presentation and the chance to engage with you.
Heather ThuynsmaUniversity of Pretoria, Department of Political Sciences
Your contribution to the discussions around South Africa's trade and investment environment, regulatory concerns within sectors and how the current political, economic and social landscape in South Africa is affecting business conditions was, as always, highly valuable, insightful and greatly appreciated by our clients.
Goolam BallimChief Economist, Standard Bank Group
Thanks Catherine Grant Makokera and Peter Draper. Tutwa's policy and technical contributions were indispensable for the success of this project and are duly acknowledged. To many future collaborations!
Der Tutwa-Newsletter ist eine sehr gute Informationsquelle mit qualitiativ hochwertigen Kommentaren (The Tutwa Newsletter offers very valuable information and high quality comments).
Dorothee OverbergDirector of Overberg Projekte, Germany
Dear Peter, I want to thank you for your willingness to attend and excellent contribution to the Africa Outlook conference that we held earlier this week in Durban – it is greatly appreciated. The feedback has all been tremendous.
Dr Martyn DaviesFrontier Advisory, South Africa
On behalf of the Herbert Smith Freehills and Peter Leon, please accept this small token of appreciation for your participation in an incredibly successful media briefing on trade and investment on the 17th May. Your participation elevated the significance of and interest in the event and we are deeply grateful for that.
Sandra SowrayDirector, Prolog Consulting
Many thanks for your contribution to both yesterday’s dinner and today’s public event. The conversation provided the Brussels audience with a novel and thought-provoking take on the current negotiations and left everyone with lots of food for thought. It was great to be able to draw on your expertise and recent research on the broader implications of TTIP and how non-party states might react.
Madeleine GoergProgram Officer of the German Marshall Fund of the United States, Belgium
Congrats on the GVCs paper. I think it came out very nice. I am also sure it is a very important contribution to an informed discussion of this topic, which, as we know, is of great relevance. I am particularly keen on papers that try to bring the global reality closer to home.
Anabel GonzalezFormer Minister of Foreign Trade, Costa Rica; now Head of the World Bank’s Trade and Competitiveness Practice
I think it was a thorough overview of the landscape and I believe provided very useful input into our engagement with Treasury on these issues. I know that they have taken some of the points we have made, based upon your input, into account in their deliberations.
A Coprorate ClientSouth Africa, name withheld for privacy
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