Pravin Jamnadas Gordhan (born 12 April 1949 in Durban) is a South African politician and current Minister of Finance, a position he had previously held from 2009-2014. He is also the former Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, serving from 2014–2015. — Wikipedia
This week’s vote in favour of the business rescue plan – more than six months in the making – is clearly a win for minister Pravin Gordhan
The EFF says it will report Pravin Gordhan to the parliamentary ethics committee.
The EFF has called for the removal of public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan.
Dali Mpofu accuses Pravin Gordhan of relying on ‘gossip’ about the former Sars commissioner, but Gordhan insists there’s proof in Nugent report
The prosecutions head’s letter relates to the decision to charge Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan
The author rewrites the record to fit his disagreement in the debate about SA’s economic direction
Commercial banks voted in favour of a plan that will cost the taxpayer at least R10.3bn more
Six non-executive directors have been appointed to the interim board of SAA, and are tasked with restoring proper governance and oversight at the airline during its business rescue process.
Pravin Gordhan said he could not prove that Moyane was conspiring with the Hawks and NPA.
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan said an interim board will be announced for the SAA soon.
Both the ANC and EFF dismissed the the bill as ‘superfluous and not doing [anything] innovative’
The advert in Business Day’s print edition invites the public to add their voice to the chorus of support for the finance minister