“As Numsa we celebrated when Mboweni’s term as Reserve Bank governor came to an end. This is because Mboweni is hostile to the working class majority.” – Andrew Chirwa, the chairman of Numsa.
Brush the confetti aside because it is show time for the new Finance Minister.
How will Tito Mboweni shape the discourse around the country’s sluggish financial performance at his mid-term budget statement address?
Back in February 2018, Tito Mboweni insisted that he’s not available for a role in cabinet, because young people are needed to lead. Things change quickly in politics, though.
Meet Tito Mboweni, former Governor of the South African Reserve Bank and the country’s new Finance Minister.
Tito Mboweni, South Africa’s new finance minister, was once the subject of the club hit by South African artist Cassper Nyovest. And once asked Julius Malema to negotiate the royalties on his behalf.
Nene’s failure to appropriately disclose his dubious meetings with the Gupta family in a timely fashion led to the public outcry.