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Mr Pravin Jamnadas Gordhan
South Africa

Mr Pravin Jamnadas Gordhan

Date of Birth: 12/04/1949
Place of Birth: Durban


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ANC dilemma deepens

DisasterAt the same event, former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan warned that South Africa could be plunged into a decade of disaster unless urgent action was taken to root out the vicious cycle of patronage and corruption that has pushed the country into economic recession...


Economically bankrupt

Former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan had also begun to block state-owned companies from donating through proxies to the ANC, as part of his clean-up of the country's public finances, Africa Confidential understands...


Everyone's fault but Zuma's

The strategy was also used to claim that the recently sacked Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan, his deputy Mcebisi Jonas, and the Treasury were controlled by 'white monopoly capital' and their interests...


No place to hide

He also claimed that he had sacked Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan to bring younger blood into government...


Spinning Africa in Europe

The association had done massive reputational damage to Bell Pottinger: a report, circulating in the South African media, purported to have been produced by the company, referred to close links with the Gupta and the Zuma families, its attempts to denigrate Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, and its use of social media accounts, fake bloggers and false print titles in an attempt to divert attention away from the 355-page 'State capture' report published by the then Public Protector Thuli Madonsela in November...


Mr Gigabyte's baptism of fire

His predecessor, Pravin Gordhan, had been on an investment 'road trip' when he was yanked back to South Africa and replaced by Gigaba (AC Vol 58 No 7, Omens and portents)...


The trillion rand thank you

Zuma blamed her for not overcoming regulatory hurdles but most had in fact been put up by the now dismissed Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan, and the Treasury (AC Vol 58 No 8, Zuma's edifice starts to wobble)...


Zuma's edifice starts to wobble

Pro-democracy forces brought tens of thousands of protestors into South Africa's streets last week following President Jacob Zuma's ousting of Pravin Gordhan from the Finance Ministry and his replacement with Malusi Gigaba...

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Gigaba raises sights still higher

The furore over the sudden recall from overseas and sacking of the internationally respected Pravin Gordhan and the appointment of the inexperienced Gigaba in his place hit the rand and investors' confidence hard...


SACP threatens JZ

The South African Communist Party intends to withdraw its members from President Jacob Zuma's cabinet if he goes through with the sacking of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, party sources have told Africa Confidential...


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