Tito Mboweni (Werner Beukes, Sapa)
Mboweni resigned from his position as chairperson of
AngloGold Ashanti on Monday, in a move which led to speculation that he could
become a Cabinet minister, Beeld reported on Tuesday.
Mboweni was re-elected onto the ANC's national executive
committee at the Mangaung elective conference, and the ANC in Gauteng nominated
him to go to Parliament.
He has a listed property company and an
investment holding company. He also serves on several boards, is an adviser to
a number of multinationals, and is a fellow at the Stellenbosch Institute for
Mboweni said he did not want to speculate on Cabinet
appointments, but would like to take care of his expanding portfolio of
investments and responsibilities rather than return to politics, Business Day
reported on Tuesday.