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26 April 2017
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05 Apr 2017
NT: National Treasury Director General's departure
Director General Lungisa Fuzile today confirms reports of his imminent departure at National Treasury. Fuzile’s contract was due to end in May 2018, however last week he requested former Minister...
Fuzile confirms his 'imminent departure' from Treasury
Highly respected National Treasury director-general Lungisa Fuzile has confirmed his imminent departure from the department. Fuzile’s contract was due to end in May 2018. However, prior to the...
04 Apr 2017
Downgrade a setback but no need for worry – Gigaba
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba on Tuesday said the decision by S&P Global to cut South Africa’s sovereign credit rating to junk status was a setback but there was no need for despondency regarding...
01 Apr 2017
‘I will not betray our people,’ says Gigaba
Newly appointed Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba on Saturday appealed to South Africans to give him the opportunity to steer the National Treasury ship and judge him on his own record of service in...
27 Mar 2017
NT: Finance Minister and National Treasury Director General to return from Investor road show
Following a directive from the President of the Republic of South Africa, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and National Treasury Director General Lungisa Fuzile are preparing to return tonight from...
Gordhan flying back to SA tonight – Treasury
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan will comply with President Jacob Zuma’s order and return to South Africa on Monday evening. That is according to Treasury spokesperson Yolisa Tyantsi, who told Fin24...
14 Mar 2017
There is Sassa money, just no contract - Treasury
The contract to distribute social grants, and not the availability of money, is at issue in the crisis, Treasury told MPs on Tuesday. A total of R2.3 billion had been earmarked for the service...
22 Feb 2017
I have served at Zuma’s pleasure – Gordhan
Responding to suggestions that he may be fired, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan on Wednesday said he was deeply aware that he served at President Jacob Zuma’s pleasure but believed his track record...
03 Nov 2016
FEDUSA: FEDUSA welcomes the release of the Public Protector report
The Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) welcomes the release of the Public Protector Report that has been ordered by the North Gauteng High Court. Although the observations and...
26 Oct 2016
IPP programme ‘will continue’, as govt seeks confidence-building partnerships
The Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPPP) “will continue and expand”, the Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) asserts, describing it as “an example of...
09 Sep 2016
Gordhan met Gupta-owned Oakbay on banks 4 months ago
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan admitted meeting with Oakbay Investments in May this year. In a parliamentary question posed by the Democratic Alliance’s (DA's) David Maynier, Gordhan said he had...
08 Sep 2016
Religious leaders pledge support for Pravin Gordhan
Religious leaders unequivocally support Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan in his fight against the Hawks, the National Religious Leaders Council (NRLC) said on Wednesday. The NRLC met Gordhan on...
29 Aug 2016
Treasury, Eskom in war of words over cooperation in coal-contract review
The National Treasury has strongly disputed Eskom’s contention that it has been cooperating with its review of coal contracts involving the Gupta-family-linked Tegeta Exploration and Resources,...
NT: Statement on Eskom contracts
The National Treasury is surprised by media reports of Tegeta “warning” and threatening to interdict the department should it release a report into its investigation of Eskom’s coal contracts....
08 Aug 2016
Municipal election results won’t derail fiscal consolidation – Treasury
South Africa’s National Treasury has reaffirmed government’s commitment to fiscal consolidation and “returning public finances to a sustainable path”, following local government elections that saw...
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