'Processes' to deal with Treasury vs SOE wars and put it to bed - Ramaphosa

EWN Parliamentary correspondent Gaye Davis, said what was of key interest coming out of today's question and answer session with Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, was his statement that processes would be implemented to deal with the conflict between Treasury and State Owned Enterprises (SOEs).

She says they are hoping for more information on what these 'processes' will be.

Davis says Ramaphosa made it clear that this would "put the matter to bed and proceed forward with decorum, where one entity of government would not be at war with another entity."

He added that those involved should desist from destabilising the economy through these public actions. ' She says there was no explanation given as to why no Post-Cabinet Briefing was held, and it is all a bit of a mystery.

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