It’s disingenuous for the Finance Ministry to say it happens all the time with foreign businessmen. These aren’t just any foreign businessmen.— Ray Hartley, Rand Daily Mail
He’s asked us to judge him on his actions.— Jabu Mabuza, CEO Initiative
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says it is unfortunate that the nation's attention is focused on "spurious" sideshows when the country is facing massive economic challenges.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Rand Daily Mail Editor Ray Hartley.
Hartley spoke about why the “sideshows” matter, bigtime.
Whitfield also spoke to CEO Initiative member Jabu Mabuza, who met with the minister.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
Gigaba is a very compliant follower of orders from Number One.— Ray Hartley, Rand Daily Mail
It’s very unlikely that they [the Hawks] are going to take action when they haven’t done so for five years.— Ray Hartley, Rand Daily Mail
However we feel about the current government… our futures are interdependent.— Jabu Mabuza, CEO Initiative
The issue of Eskom must be dealt with.— Jabu Mabuza, CEO Initiative
We cannot continue to blame ratings agencies.— Jabu Mabuza, CEO Initiative
Business bashing undermines confidence.— Jabu Mabuza, CEO Initiative
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