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Trevor Andrew Manuel

Date of Birth: 31 January 1956
Place of Birth: Kensington, Cape Town


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The bust and after

South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel has made the case against the IMF stance on liberalisation and deregulation...


Integrity in question

Claims that the World Bank’s Vice-President for Integrity and former head of South Africa’s Scorpions anti-corruption unit Leonard McCarthy used his position to pursue political vendettas against African National Congress President Jacob Zuma are we hear to be discussed by Finance Minister Trevor Manuel and World Bank President Robert Zoellick in Washington next week...


Inevitable victory

The ANC’s economic gurus such as Finance Minister Trevor Manuel and Reserve Bank Governor Tito Mboweni have been given little time to spell out the consequences of the crisis for South Africa a difficult message in an election campaign...


Sanctions and finance

’ South Africa’s Finance Minister Trevor Manuel who is close to British Prime Minister Gordon Brown goes further arguing that creditor countries have an obligation to back the new government...


A morality contest

Allies of Finance Minister Trevor Manuel tell us that he sees himself as a dark horse for a senior post (AC Vol 50 No 4): as a deputy president if Zuma's team continues to sideline Motlanthe or as a new 'super-minister' or planning minister...


The indispensable Manuel

South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel despised by African National Congress President Jacob Zuma's bedrock supporters on the party's left and populist wings is busy making himself indispensable...


Topping the charts

Finance Minister Trevor Manuel who has criticised the economic policies advocated by Zuma's group came fourth in the ANC polls with 4 712 votes...


Zuma versus the law

We hear that leading supporters of ex-President Thabo Mbeki such as Finance Minister Trevor Manuel and Reserve Bank Governor Tito Mboweni were either deleted from provincial lists or put right at the bottom...


Ditching the Dalai Lama

Finance Minister Trevor Manuel whose recent utterances indicate that he expects to remain at the centre of ANC politics after Jacob Zuma takes over as national president on 9 May launched an unexpected attack on the Dalai Lama: 'To say anything against the Dalai Lama is in some quarters equivalent to trying to shoot Bambi ' he said...

Godongwana wants to become finance minister in Jacob Zuma's post-election cabinet although Trevor Manuel (who manages simultaneously to be popular with ANC members and with Western bankers) is a contender for a leading economic role...


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