Lungisa Fuzile

 
​#StateCaptureInquiry: Zondo to hear from treasury top brass
​#StateCaptureInquiry: Zondo to hear from treasury top brass
On Wednesday, the commission of inquiry into state capture will hear evidence from Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene who is expected to reveal details...
Andrew Donaldson leaves national treasury after more than 20 years
Andrew Donaldson leaves national treasury after more than 20 years
Senior technocrat Andrew Donaldson has left the National Treasury.
Editorial: Give us more like Fuzile
Editorial: Give us more like Fuzile
Few people in government are able to engage an angry audience without plunging a public debate into further incoherence. But the director general of...
A-team puts Gigaba on notice
A-team puts Gigaba on notice
NEWS ANALYSISNewly appointed Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has hit the treasury like a whirlwind, causing its conservative senior employees...
Sanral only able to limp on for six months
Sanral only able to limp on for six months
As the embattled South African National Roads Agency lost its CEO, Nazir Alli, the national treasury told parliamentarians on Tuesday that Sanral...
SA economy showing signs of stability
SA economy showing signs of stability
South Africa's economy is on a more sure footing but the target growth of 7% required to slash unemployment will not come without fixing infrastructure backlogs slowing expansion, treasury director general Lungisa Fuzile said on Friday....
SIU probes graft and corruption in Limpopo
SIU probes graft and corruption in Limpopo
The treasury has called on the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) to begin probing some of the damning evidence unearthed by central government's...
No more cash for provinces
No more cash for provinces
The Cabinet's controversial decision to save three provinces from bankruptcy does not mean extra money for them, according to treasury director...
Treasury ponders over Islamic bonds
Treasury ponders over Islamic bonds
The national treasury is considering issuing Islamic bonds to diversify its investor base and could have its first sukuk in the market as...
Treasury scrambling to stem pension fraud
Treasury scrambling to stem pension fraud
Treasury is still trying to stem abuse of the Special Pension Fund for military veterans, Deputy Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene said on Thursday....
Treasury's Fuzile defends SA's deficit targets
Treasury's Fuzile defends SA's deficit targets
South Africa's plans to cut its budget deficit to 3.3% in 2014/15 are realistic and will be met, insists National Treasury Director General Lungisa...
Europe woes could raise SA bonds, says Treasury
Europe woes could raise SA bonds, says Treasury
The debt crisis in Europe -- which holds around 35% of South African government debt -- could hit local bonds if it worsens, pushing yields higher...

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