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Cape Town – Members of Parliament who serve in the finance committee expressed deep regret over the decision of Lungisa Fuzile, director general (DG) at National Treasury’s resignation. 

“It's deeply, deeply regrettable that he's leaving,” said Yunus Carrim (ANC), chairperson of the standing committee on finance. “Whatever his reasons, I was hoping he would stay on, at least for a year or so. He was very astute, technically sound, quite experienced, extremely hardworking. He will be sorely missed, but we wish him well in his new pursuits.” 

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