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PICS: Mboweni tells Treasury staff there's 'a lot of work' to be done

Oct 11 2018 15:01
Lameez Omarjee, Fin24

New Finance Minister Tito Mboweni addressed staff at National Treasury in Pretoria for the first time on Thursday.

According to National treasury's official Twitter account, Mboweni paid tribute to his predecessor Nhlanhla Nene.

Mboweni took over the reins from Nene on Tuesday. Nene had offered his resignation to President Cyril Ramaphosa following the developments surrounding his testimony at the State Capture inquiry. 

According to a tweet by Treasury Mboweni told staff "there is "a lot of work" to be done in the coming months and that he is looking forward to working with officials.

See pictures of his address below: 

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni addresses Treasury's

Mboweni was sworn in at Tuynhuys, Parliament on Tuesday afternoon. (Photo: Treasury)

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni addresses Treasury's

Mboweni will deliver the mini budget in Parliament on October 24. (Photo: Treasury)

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni addresses Treasury's

Mboweni stepped down from the Discovery board as he takes on his new role, Fin24 reported earlier. (Photo: Treasury)

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