Is Trea­sury act­ing in our best in­ter­ests?

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Claire Gaut­eng

It has had a very bad im­pact on in­vestor con­fi­dence, which was a cer­tainty once for­mer fi­nance min­is­ter Pravin Gord­han was fired. Trea­sury is now not to be trusted with tax money or pen­sion in­for­ma­tion.

Mov­ing bud­get­ing to the pres­i­dency will al­low who­ever is pres­i­dent to set up their own team, which will dou­ble costs and re­move one of Trea­sury’s main func­tions. All planned by the rogue el­e­ment in the ANC.

Gao­la­tle North West

I had trust in Trea­sury un­til the in­tro­duc­tion of Gupta trustees, Fi­nance Min­is­ter Malusi Gi­gaba and oth­ers. This thing of cap­tur­ing the coun­try’s re­sources is now go­ing too far; it needs cit­i­zens of South Africa, young and old, to stop it, oth­er­wise we are go­ing Ethiopia’s way – or even worse.

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