I feel relatively reassured… Moody’s is not going to downgrade us on Thursday…— Dr Azar Jammine, Econometrix
The production line of potential ANC leaders has just run out… I can’t be very enthused… the markets might be happy…— Kagiso Pooe, North-West University
Former Reserve Bank Governor Tito Mboweni is South Africa’s new Minister of Finance.
He replaces Nhlanhla Nene, following his controversial testimony at the state capture commission of inquiry.
On Friday, Nene apologised for meeting the Guptas at their home and business premises.
Earlier he said he only met the disgraced family at public gatherings.
Nene reportedly asked President Cyril Ramaphosa to sack him.
Dr Azar Jammine (Chief Economist at Econometrix)
- Kagiso Pooe (Public Policy Specialist and lecturer at North-West University)
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