David Van Rooyen

I signed no deals as finance minister: Van Rooyen

New Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) Minister David van Rooyen said he did not sign any deals during his short stint as finance minister. “Unfortunately no deals were signed, if that is what you want to hear,” he told reporters in Pretoria on Tuesday. Van Rooyen was responding to[…]

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Van Rooyen to address the media

Newly appointed Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) Minister David van Rooyen will address the media for the first time since he was shifted from the finance portfolio four days after he was appointed. Last week Wednesday, President Jacob Zuma announced in a statement that he was replacing Finance Minister[…]

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Van Rooyen will have hard time in charge of local govt

Newly-appointed Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) Minister David van Rooyen is going to have a hard time in charge of local government, especially with elections around the corner, analysts said on Monday. It was announced on Sunday that Van Rooyen, who was appointed as finance minister on Wednesday, would[…]

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Zuma removes Nene as finance minister

President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday announced the removal of Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene from the Finance portfolio in Cabinet. “I have decided to remove Mr Nhlanhla Nene as Minister of Finance, ahead of his deployment to another strategic position,” Zuma said in a statement. Zuma said that Nene had done[…]

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