National 28.4.2017 02:57 pm

Gigaba has shown SA will stick to fiscal discipline and consolidation – Cabinet

The Cabinet statement did not mention the downgrading of the South Africa’s credit rating to junk at the Nedlac special executive committee.

Cabinet noted that Gigaba attended meetings of the World Bank and International Monetary fund in the United States, and also engaged with the Nedlac special executive committee chaired by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Gigaba has shown SA will stick to fiscal discipline and consolidation – Cabinet
Gigaba has shown SA will stick to fiscal discipline and consolidation – Cabinet

Gigaba has shown SA will stick to fiscal discipline and consolidation – Cabinet

The Cabinet statement did not mention the downgrading of the South Africa’s credit rating to junk at the Nedlac special executive committee.

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