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South Africa

Tito Titus Mboweni

Date of Birth: 16 March 1959
Place of Birth: Tzaneen


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Cyril's double crisis

The country's deepening economic crisis has shifted the power balance in government to the reformists: a triumvirate of President Cyril Ramaphosa Finance Minister Tito Mboweni and South African Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago...


Ramaphosa’s next test

All eyes were on Finance Minister Tito Mboweni following his hard-talking budget last month to see how government would finance such a far-reaching plan (AC Vol 61 No 5 Tito takes on the workers)...


Tito takes on the workers

Threatening huge cuts in public spending but no serious tax hikes Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's budget of 13 February will unleash further political drama and perhaps trigger a national strike...

Mboweni warns on debt emergency A sign that Finance Minister Tito Mboweni wanted to make a political point with the budget was his dire warning about the country's deepening debt crisis and that public finances are spinning out of control (AC Vol 60 No 22 Where's the plan...


Ramaphosus interruptus

That may come in the government's final chance to ward off the downgrade when Finance Minister Tito Mboweni reads his budget in parliament on 26 February...


Finally, Cyril picks up the pace

ResistanceThe left in general and the labour movement also oppose Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's economic strategy document of late 2018 in which he proposed loosening onerous visa regulations releasing digital spectrum and opening up the energy mix to include renewable energy...

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Grasping the Eskom nettle

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni described national power utility Eskom as 'South Africa's biggest economic risk' next to low growth...


Where's the plan?

Delivering his medium-term budget statement to parliament on 31 October Finance Minister Tito Mboweni summed up the crisis as: 'low growth low revenue collection …a growing deficit leads to more debt and higher debt means fewer resources for social and economic investment...


Ramaphosa writes off coal

Three key developments this month will shape South Africa's economic standing – Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's budget statement Moody's credit rating report and the appointment of a new chief executive to head Eskom the heavily indebted power utility...


Leaning to the left

He risks alienating his still-important supporters in the Confederation of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) and the South African Communist Party (SACP) if he allows the drastic public sector retrenchments that Finance Minister Tito Mboweni says are vital especially in Eskom...


The party and the pendulum

Even among Ramaphosa's inner circle – foreign minister Naledi Pandor finance minister Tito Mboweni public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan lands minister Thoko Didiza and minister in the presidency Jackson Mthembu – there are serious policy arguments...


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