Fuzile believes Treasury can survive political meddling

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Outgoing director general of National Treasury Lungisa Fuzile. (Photo: Matthew le Cordeur)
Outgoing director general of National Treasury Lungisa Fuzile. (Photo: Matthew le Cordeur)

Cape Town – Lungisa Fuzile, the outgoing director general of National Treasury, believes his staff will prevent any attempt by politicians to capture the institution for unconstitutional means.

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Fuzile, who will say farewell to his team in Pretoria on Monday, told guests at a UCT Graduate School of Business event on Tuesday evening that he has no regrets leaving the department after almost two decades.

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