Kuben Naidoo was re-appointed as deputy governor for a second five-year term. Photo: NULL
Kuben Naidoo was re-appointed as deputy governor for a second five-year term. Photo: NULL

SARB welcomes Kuben Naidoo’s re-appointment as deputy governor

By Sizwe Dlamini Time of article published Mar 25, 2020

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CAPE TOWN – The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) on Thursday welcomed the re-appointment of Kuben Naidoo as one of the three Deputy Governors of the central bank for a second term of five years. 

Naidoo, whose re-appointment is effective from April 1, 2020 to March 31, 2025, was first appointed a deputy governor on April 1, 2015.

President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday re-appointed Kuben Naidoo as deputy governor for a second five-year term, according to a statement by the Reserve Bank on Wednesday. 

“In terms of section 4 (1) (a), read with section 5 (1) (a) of the South African Reserve Bank Act (No. 90 of 1989), the President appoints the Governor and the three Deputy Governors of the South African Reserve Bank after consultations with the Minister of Finance and the Board of Directors of the SARB.

“Additionally, in terms of section 36(1) of the Financial Sector Regulation (FSR) Act, Governor Lesetja Kganyago, in consultation with the Minister of Finance, has re-appointed Mr Naidoo as the Chief Executive Officer of the Prudential Authority. The appointment is effective from 1 April 2020,” the Reserve Bank said in a statement on Thursday.

The governor, Lesetja Kganyago, and the three deputies constitute the executive management of the SARB. 

The SARB Act confers on executive management original powers – as opposed to powers that are delegated to management by another authority such as the board of directors – to manage the affairs of the SARB, make and execute policy. 

Monetary policy decisions are taken by the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), which is chaired by the governor and includes the three Deputy Governors and up to three other officials of the SARB.

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