Time for new era of leadership at Treasury, says retiring Donaldson

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Former National Treasury deputy director general Andrew Donaldson. (Photo: Twitter)
Former National Treasury deputy director general Andrew Donaldson. (Photo: Twitter)

Cape Town – National Treasury deputy director general Andrew Donaldson has retired after 24 years of leadership at the crucial institution with other stalwarts, but he plans to keep working with the department, he explained in an interview with Fin24 on Tuesday.

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News of Donaldson’s retirement this week sparked fears of an exodus of Treasury’s key leadership, following the recall of Pravin Gordhan (minister) and Mcebisi Jonas (deputy minister), followed by the resignation of Lungisa Fuzile (director general) in April.

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