Former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says that, despite challenges, South Africa is not heading for the same fate as Venezuela.
A year after President Jacob Zuma began feuding with his Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan over control of the nation’s purse strings, the conflict appears to be coming to a head.
Business leaders should stand up for what is wrong and work collectively despite the threats, says Discovery CEO Adrian Gore.
Investec CEO Stephen Koseff was among those who stepped up to the plate after Nenegate. He says cohesion between business, government and labour has never been greater.
Fin24 has had an overwhelming response from users, who salute the former finance minister for his integrity and the sacrifice he made to SA a year after he was fired by the president.
December 9 marks exactly a year since Nhlanhla Nene was fired from his post as finance minister.
Tokyo Sexwale, independent non-executive chair of Trillian, plans an independent investigation into allegations made in a Sunday paper about prior Nenegate knowledge.
Emerging-market economies appear to be benefitting as global investors search for yield. But self-inflicted wounds are keeping South Africa from capitalising on this.
An independent analyst looks at "mini Nenegate", explaining why another post-Nenegate plunge of 20% in banking stocks is not inconceivable.
President Jacob Zuma views the Public Investment Corp's R99bn loss within 48 hours of former finance minister Nhlanhla Nene's axing as a “normal" economic phenomenon.
President Jacob Zuma says he no longer sees the need to mediate between the Finance Ministry and the SA Revenue Service as the respective leaders have a “good working relationship”.
The rand is among the world’s top 10 best performers this year, despite speculation that President Jacob Zuma may fire Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.
The rand has tanked following a report about President Jacob Zuma considering firing ministers who defy him.
The firing of former finance minister Nhlanhla Nene last year was a dark moment in SA's democracy, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has said in a Power FM radio interview.
The firing of former finance minister Nhlanhla Nene could have pushed SA over the economic precipice, but the crisis became a beacon to guide us into the future, says Daniel Silke.
Former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela’s report expresses concerns about the Gupta family’s involvement in the removal of Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene.
President Jacob Zuma’s self-claimed “most qualified finance minister that has ever served" – Des van Rooyen – allegedly had help from parliamentary staff with his academic work.
The global backdrop against which Nenegate played off, differs from that of the standoff between Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan and the Hawks, experts explain.
INFOGRAPHIC: Nenegate, Brexit, Nkandla, China and US markets and political uncertainty in SA have sent the rand on a rollercoaster ride in 2016.
South African government bonds have gained, driving yields to levels last seen before President Jacob Zuma fired Nhlanhla Nene as finance minister in December.
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