Let me do my job!— Pravin Gordhan
I am under no legal obligation to present myself to the Hawks. Here’s why…— Pravin Gordhan
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed the following business leaders for their response to the Hawks summons to Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan:
Former Group Chief Executive at Alexander Forbes (and friend of Pravin Gordhan) Edward Kieswetter.
- President at Business Leadership South Africa Saki Macozoma.
Whitfield also played a clip of Pravin Gordhan’s statement.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio clips below.
What is really going on here? The action by the Hawks is surprising and strange.— Edward Kieswetter
I have no doubt that Minister Gordhan is intent on following the law.— Edward Kieswetter
What is the role of the Presidency in this matter?— Edward Kieswetter
Pravin Gordhan is absolutely committed to what the ANC have stood for.— Edward Kieswetter
South Africa cannot afford that the Finance Minister is questioned! We have seen what has happened to the rand! Ordinary South Africans – poor South Africans – will be affected.— Edward Kieswetter
It’s very destructive and certainly undermines all the important work we’ve been doing.— Saki Macozoma
We have barely eight weeks before we sit for our next examination!— Saki Macozoma
We need all South Africans facing in the same direction. It’s sad. I guess we just have to keep on keeping on. This is pushing us very close to hopelessness.— Saki Macozoma
Our country stands, once more, at the edge of the abyss... We can’t be playing games with this portfolio!— Saki Macozoma
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Personal finance guru Warren Ingram explains what money market accounts are and the difference between various ETFs.
Bruce Whitfield interviews public speaking superstar Vusi Thembekwayo, who says “Dear 2016: we are glad you are over”.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Mupita about his life and his exciting (and challenging!) new job at MTN.
The institute's Gwen Ngwenya explains why it took money from Coca-Cola to fund research on taxing beverages containing sugar.
Gordhan has been ordered to report to the Hawks on Thursday for “warning statements”.