Tag Archives: Pravin Gordhan

18Sep/17

KPMG South Africa facing legal action

South Africa’s tax agency on Monday accused KPMG of “unethical” and “unlawful” behaviour and said it plans to take legal action against the global auditor. It relates to a report carried out by the firm that suggested the former finance minister ran a rogue unit to spy on political leaders – as Kate King explains. Continue reading

05May/17

Former South African presidents call for national dialogue over political crisis

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA (MAY 05, 2017) (REUTERS – Three former South Africa presidents and other struggle icons launched the National Foundations Dialogue Initiative in Johannesburg on Friday (May 05), aimed at promoting national dialogue to avert the current political crisis in the country.
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01Apr/17

South Africa’s new finance minister wants radically changed economy

Signalling a swing to the left, South Africa’s new finance minister says he wants to radically change the economy but pledging to maintain fiscal stability.

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31Mar/17

Zuma sacks finance minister, shaking S. Africa

President Jacob Zuma’s midnight sacking of his finance minister shook South African markets on Friday, undermining his authority and threatening to split the African National Congress (ANC) that has governed since the end of apartheid. Lucy Fielder reports. Continue reading

01Nov/16

South African opposition demands release of political interference report

Members of South Africa’s opposition parties arrive at the High Court in Pretoria to push for the release of a report which alleges political interference by wealthy friends of President Jacob Zuma.

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