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Former finance minister Pravin Gordhan says the SMS he received to return immediately from an investor roadshow in London alienated key business leaders.
The JSE has continued its losing streak following the late-night announcement that President Jacob Zuma’s cabinet reshuffle had taken multiple casualties.
Solid, active citizenship has a proven track record and we should swamp public figures with emails, texts and phone calls, says Mandi Smallhorne.
The rand headed for its biggest weekly slide since 2015, after the firing of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan raised concerns about SA's fiscal path and its credit rating.
FirstRand said it agrees with South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan that he cannot interfere with their decision to cut ties with the Gupta family.
Oakbay Investments has announced its CEO's resignation due to health issues.
While Pravin Gordhan wants to use every possible legal channel to fight fraud charges, scenario planner Clem Sunter explains why the case should not be drawn out.
Why summon Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan to court for what is essentially an administrative and human resource matter? asks the CEO Initiative.
Bank stocks have taken a knock after Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan was summoned, spurring fears the move is politically motivated and may prompt ratings firms to cut the country to junk.
The real issue about the latest steps against Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is access to the National Treasury for factions within the ANC, says an economist.
Business leaders have told President Jacob Zuma that trust between government and the private sector was destroyed when he fired his finance minister, says Telkom chair Jabu Mabuza.
Rand weakness amid a massive Cabinet reshuffle has so far been constrained, but there are still risks for far bigger losses
President Jacob Zuma has fired Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and eight other cabinet members, threatening his own presidency and placing SA's credit rating at risk.
Traders who shorted the rand profited hugely on the news of Pravin Gordhan's recall from his overseas investor roadshow, according to Intellidex analyst Stuart Theobald.
The turbulence of the past week in South African politics has led to a substantial outflow of foreign investor money, says the Institute of International Finance.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is making a concerted effort to take on those who threaten him, according to political analyst Daniel Silke.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says he will use every possible legal channel at his disposal to fight the fraud charges brought against him.
In his eagerness to serve political masters, NPA chief Shaun Abrahams has handed their enemies compelling evidence that he is on a crude vendetta against Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.
The NPA is being misused for political objectives and the country will pay a high economic price for this, says a Wits academic.
The rand is unlikely to weaken to historic lows despite charges being brought against Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan, says economist Dawie Roodt.
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