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Susan Shabangu

Date of Birth: 28 February 1956


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The Gordhan knot

Within the government there are at least three camps: the centrists, Finance Minister Pravin Jamnadas Gordhan and National Planning Commission Chairman Trevor Manuel, who want to cut the burden of state companies on the Treasury; the leftists, Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel and Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies, who want the companies to spearhead a state-led development strategy; and Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba and Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu, who want to run their own reform programme without interference from the plethora of committees and commissions examining the issue...


Zumanomics sound better

Mining Minister Susan Shabangu reassured the 6,000 delegates that nationalisation was ‘not the option’ and investors took her at her word: some R100 bn...


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Sriprakash Jaiswal

They met Susan Shabangu, Minister of Mineral Resources, to request South African assistance in developing clean coal technology...


It's all mine

When Mines Minister Susan Shabangu assured South African mining companies that nationalisation would not happen in her lifetime, the reaction at this year’s mining indaba in Cape Town was joyful indeed...


Anglo American seeks fresh capital

Any merger was always going to be politically awkward, even before Minister of Resources Susan Shabangu tartly remarked that 'monopolies cannot be promoted in South Africa'...


Pragmatism trumps ideology

Susan Shabangu at the new Mines Ministry was a disappointment in previous jobs: last year, as Deputy Police Minister, she told police to 'shoot to kill' criminals, but she is a former trade unionist and Cosatu supported her promotion...


A nuclear waste

They had the support of Maduna and his deputy, Susan Shabangu, a former trades unionist who remains deputy Minister...


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