Tito Mboweni is the current South African Minister of Finance. He was the first black Governor of the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) from 1999 to 2009. He joined the SARB in July 1998 as Advisor to the Governor.
He was named central bank governor of the year by European financial magazine Euro Money in 2001. The publication credited him for defending the value of the rand and bringing inflation down from 9% to 6.1%.
In this week’s episode, Tito Mboweni shares why he chose to live in Magoebaskloof, his thoughts on younger people investing in land in the urban vs. rural areas of the country, and saving tips he wishes someone told him when he was younger.
Tito Mboweni on Property Ownership
Listen to the full episode on the UNPACK Podcast
- What does the Minister of Finance do on a day-to-day basis?
- Magoebaskloof-What’s so special about this part of the country and why you chose to live there?
- Urban vs. Rural (countryside) living?
- Best areas to live in Limpopo
- How are we going to kickstart the tourism economy?
- Saving tips for young people
- How to get more young people involved considering the barriers to entry
How do I contact Tito Mboweni?
- Twitter: @Tito_Mboweni