Bruce Whitfield talks to Pravin Gordhan, who is in the US to speak to investors

Team South Africa is doing us extremely proud by presenting a united face to the world.

Pravin Gordhan

We seem to have managed the fallout coming from the Hawks.

Lumkile Mondi

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is in the United States with a number of business leaders.

Gordhan is there to speak to investors with money in South Africa.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed the Minister and Lumkile Mondi, Wits School of Economics and Business Science Senior Lecturer.

Scroll down for more quotes from the audio below.

We’re getting a very warm welcome!

Pravin Gordhan

We will maintain our fiscal path in broad terms.

Pravin Gordhan

We’ve bottomed out as far as growth is concerned.

Pravin Gordhan

Clearly, we need to do more and ensure what we do have an impact on the numbers.

Pravin Gordhan

Finance Ministers don’t operate on their own.

Pravin Gordhan

What worries me is the magnitude of the impact of all this work.

Pravin Gordhan

We need to show that we can control our finances and that we have a strategy for our youth.

Lumkile Mondi

All our promises have been delivered.

Lumkile Mondi

We need the President to sign the Financial Intelligence Centre Bill.

Lumkile Mondi

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