Nhlanhla Nene served as the Minister of Finance of South Africa under President Jacob Zuma from 25 May 2014 until his controversial removal on 9 December 2015, and under President Cyril Ramaphosa from 27 February 2018 until his resignation on 9 October 2018
He had been a Member of Parliament since 1999. He was appointed into his position in November 2008 and he was re-appointed on 11 May 2009. He holds a B.Com Honours degree in Economics from the University of Western Cape (UWC). He worked as a Regional Administrative Manager for the Metropolitan Life Insurance for 15 years.
He became a Labour union shop steward and led a negotiating Team for better working conditions during the period 1990 to 1995 and he organised the first ever strike in the financial sector.
Former Minister of Finance: Republic of South Africa, having served two administrations as
Deputy Minister of Finance and Chairperson of the Public Investment Corporation; representing South Africa at a number of Multilateral Institutions (IMF,World Bank, G20,BRICS, Commonwealth and the AfDB)
Experience in the Financial Sector: Sales Representative and Administration Manager at Metropolitan Life for 15 years
Nhlanhla Nene currently serves as Chairperson of the Supervisory Board of Arise BV (Dutch based investment company, investing in Africa)
Recently appointed to chair the Board of Empact Group (Catering and Facilities management company now wholly owned by Thebe Investment Corporation)
Nhlanhla Nene former Resident Advisor: Thebe Investment Corporation
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