Another day, another reshuffle – president Zuma is back from Nigeria with a bang. In two quick moves, Zuma avoided a legal challenge by appointing a new board at the public broadcaster. But he also found time to redecorate his cabinet. This is Zuma’s second cabinet reshuffle this year following one in March. Does this reshuffle reinforce the idea that Project state capture is very much alive?
Karabo Letlhatlha CNBC Africa Political Economy Reporter, Lesiba Mothata, Executive Chief Economist at Alexander Forbes Investments, Jay Naidoo, Founding General Secretary of COSATU and Social Activist and Dawie Roodt, Director & Chief Economist, Efficient Group unpack the impact of this cabinet reshuffle.
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