If he did, he would not be in open warfare with the president and his economic cluster over the mandate of the Reserve Bank and its ownership.
Frankly, a guy with no grip on the concept of quantitative easing and its likely consequences for a suffering country should not be making pronouncements on policy, regardless of his interpretation of the resolutions of the ANC conference at Nasrec of 2017 or its election manifesto.
Those resolutions taken at Nasrec were full of the necessary caveats to protect the economy and the independence of the SA Reserve Bank. Critically on issues pertaining to the Reserve Bank, point 30 of the party resolution states:”Government must develop a proposal to ensure full public ownership in a manner that does not benefit private shareholder interests.”
The party handed the Reserve Bank project to government. It entrusted its deployed cadres to positions of power to sensibly apply its resolutions. They have been pr