Pravin Gordhan is highly respected, he is energetic, he is experienced, he is prudent, he is progressive, he is ethical and he is a strong leader. Many South Africans look to him as a man of tremendous integrity.— Nick Binedell, Gordon Institute of Business Science
Why is President Jacob Zuma seemingly hell-bent on removing Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan?
What could the consequences be, if he succeeds?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Gordon Institute of Business Science’s Professor Nick Binedell.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
This volatility is not what we need after having such a good start to the year.— Nick Binedell, Gordon Institute of Business Science
What on Earth could be an explanation for removing such an outstanding Minister?— Nick Binedell, Gordon Institute of Business Science
The President is accountable to explain!— Nick Binedell, Gordon Institute of Business Science
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