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Allan Greenblo: Who’s the boss? FSB leadership crisis, Sars Wars returns

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Who’s the Boss takes my mind back to the 1980’s when Tony Danza took the job as a live-in housekeeper after retiring from baseball. The show premise was based on role reversal and despite us being 30 years on, one could argue that something similar may be brewing at the Financial Services Board over ‘Twin Peaks’ regulation, and one sure question around is: Who’s the boss? Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is carrying the weight of this countryon his shoulders at present and the weight seems to get heavier by the day.

(2016 Budgets, ‘junk’ status…) Last week Allan Greenblo published a piece looking at corruption allegations and mismanagement at the FSB following senior executive Rosemary Hunter’s court application. Below he focuses on the leadership concerns around ‘Twin Peaks’, and who really is listening to who as the lines of responsibility are blurred.

It could open another Sars Wars scenario, as Gordhan is facing a similar battle with commissioner Tom Moyane with regards to restructuring. It’s

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