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President Ramaphosa Strongly Reprimands Tito Mboweni For Inappropriate Comments

20 February, 2019. Cape Town. Minister of finance, Tito Mboweni, address the press before his budget speech. Photo by Ruvan Boshoff

The President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, has strongly reprimanded the Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni, following comments made by the Minister on social media regarding the removal of Zambia’s Central Bank Governor by President Edgar Lungu.

In one of his tweets, Minister Mboweni is promising to mobilise if not given reasons why the Central Governor has been fired by President Lungu.

President Ramaphosa, in a statement, wishes to assure the government and people of the Republic of Zambia that the unfortunate remarks do not reflect the views of the South African Government and its people.

The Presidency says the issue is being addressed to ensure that such an incident does not occur again.

South Africa and Zambia enjoy strong historical relations dating back to the days of the struggle against apartheid. South Africa remains committed to maintaining the deep and solid bonds of friendship between the peoples of South.

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