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Zondo grants Van Rooyen leave to cross-examine Fuzile

During his testimony in 2018, former treasury director general said Van Rooyen arrived at treasury with a "pre-appointed adviser" in Mohamed Bobat

Van Rooyen applies to cross-examine Fuzile

Van Rooyen has also indicated his interest in testifying before the commission

Zondo commission: Treasury witnesses to reveal cost of state capture

Treasury economist Catherine MacLeod will take the stand on Tuesday

Nuclear deal would have dealt a blow to SA economy —Fuzile

The drive for nuclear energy has been cited by ratings agencies as a major reason for credit downgrades

Zondo commission: Ex treasury DG back to spill the beans

​Former treasury director general Lungisa Fuzile will make his second appearance before the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture

Van Rooyen tried to force ex-treasury DG’s hand in adviser appointments

Former treasury DG Lungisa Fuzile detailed how Des van Rooyen tried to appoint Malcolm Mabaso as an ‘informal’ adviser

WATCH LIVE: Day 2 of Lungisa Fuzile at the #StateCaptureInquiry

Lungisa Fuzile’s evidence will form a series of testimonies relating to the 'revolving door' of ministers at treasury.

Ex-treasury DG was warned of ‘Gupta minister’

After Nhlanhla Nene’s axing in 2015, Lungisa Fuzile was cautioned about a ‘Gupta minister’

Andrew Donaldson leaves national treasury after more than 20 years

His exit follows the announcement that director general Lungisa Fuzile will be leaving later this month.

Editorial: Give us more like Fuzile

The director general of the treasury, Lungisa Fuzile, has given a shining example of what a public servant should be like.

A-team puts Gigaba on notice

Treasury officials are divided over whether to stay and shouldn’t be taken lightly.

Sanral only able to limp on for six months

As CEO Nazir Alli resigns, treasury told parliamentarians that Sanral would only be able to survive another six months through "major sacrifices".

SA economy showing signs of stability

Treasury's Lungisa Fuzile says the economy is on a more sure footing but the target growth of 7% will not come without fixing infrastructure backlogs.

SIU probes graft and corruption in Limpopo

Treasury paves way for unit to begin investigation into evidence unearthed by intervention force.

No more cash for provinces

The Cabinet's controversial decision to save three provinces from bankruptcy does not mean extra money for them, says treasury DG Lungisa Fuzile.

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