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Nhlanhla Musa Nene

Date of Birth: 5 December 1958
Place of Birth: Kranskop, South Africa


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The tail that wags the dog

We have also heard that in 2019 the State of the Nation address will be delivered at the beginning of February, then [Finance Minister] Nhlanhla Nene will deliver the 2019/2020 budget a week later and then Parliament closes...


Unbowed, Zuma seeks revenge

The team includes Ramaphosa's Police Minister Bheki Cele, Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene, Justice Minister Michael Masutha, Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, State Security Minister Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba, Health Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi and Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize...


Zexit, Ramaphoria, then political landmines

Gordhan was demoted from his post as Finance Minister by Zuma in 2014, only to be reappointed after Zuma dismissed his successor Nhlanhla Nene, who had refused to sign off on the Denel Asia/Denel India deal...

Ramaphosa brought two finance ministers sacked by Zuma – Nhlanhla Nene and Pravin Gordhan – back into the cabinet...


Not yet Team Ramaphosa

Economic front lineNhlanhla Nene, Finance Minister – The former minister (2014-15) had earlier rejected a post on the new board of the state power company Eskom in favour of staying in the private sector...

Government at a glance President: Cyril Ramaphosa Deputy President: David 'DD' Mabuza Minister in the Presidency: Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma Minister for Women and Disability: Bathabile Dlamini Finance: Nhlanhla Nene Deputy: Mondli Gungubele Energy: Jeff Radebe State Security: Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba Public Enterprise: Pravin Gordhan Home Affairs: Malusi Gigaba DIRCO – International Relations and Cooperation: Lindiwe Sisulu Deputy: Reginah Mhaule DPW – Public Works: Thulas Nxesi Water Affairs and Sanitation: Gugile Nkwinti Transport: Blade Nzimande Sports and Recreation: Tokozile Xasa Communications: Nomvula Mokonyane Deputy: Pinky Kekana Social Development: Susan Shabangu Mineral Resources: Gwede Mantashe COGTA – Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs: Zweli Mkhize Science and Technology: Nkhensani Kubayi-Ngubane Police: Bheki Cele Higher Education: Naledi Pandor Basic Education: Angie Motshekga Defence and Military Veterans: Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula Small Business Development: Lindiwe Zulu Deputy: Cassel Mathale Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries: Senzeni Zokwana Deputy: Sfiso Buthelezi Human Settlements: Nomaindia Mfeketo Rural Development and Land Reform: Maite Nkoana-Mashabane Public Service and Administration: Ayanda Dlodlo Deputy: Chana Pilane-Majake Economic Development: Ebrahim Patel Trade and Industry: Rob Davies Tourism: Derek Hanekom Health: Aaron Motsoaledi Telecommunications: Siyabonga Cwele Labour: Mildred Oliphant Justice and Correctional Services: Tshililo Masutha ...


Big change, no fanfare

From Zuma to Ramaphosa 9 December 2015: Jacob Zuma replaces respected Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene with unknown Des van Rooyen...


Mabuza changes the race

Mkhize has the advantage of being a Zulu and has a long-standing relationship with Zuma despite tensions in recent years over the firing of two finance ministers, Nhlanhla Nene and Pravin Gordhan (AC Vol 58 No 8, Zuma's edifice starts to wobble, Gigaba raises sights still higher & New script in KwaZulu-Natal)...


Zuma's anti-Gordhan play

Zuma learned the limits of his power when he was forced to abandon plans to replace the then Finance Minister, Nhlanhla Nene, with David van Rooyen and ended up re-appointing Gordhan (AC 56 No 25, Jacob Zuma's costly week)...


Gordhan in ratings war

Zuma has been gunning for Gordhan ever since he was obliged by the economic and business community, as well as ANC leaders, to reinstate him after his disastrous sacking of Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene last December (AC Vol 56 No 25, Jacob Zuma's costly week)...


Fuel fund fracas

The deal was concluded in mid-December, just after President Jacob Zuma had sacked Nhlanhla Nene from the Finance portfolio and tried to appoint his ally, Des van Rooyen instead...


The big rand short

Business circles have been buzzing with reports about those companies which made a bonanza as the currency crashed in the wake of the crisis caused by President Jacob Zuma sacking Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene last December (AC Vol 56 No 25, Jacob Zuma's costly week)...


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