How Transformed Are SA’s Banks

Publication Date:
03/14/2019 05:54:52

Source:CNBC Africa

Aired On: Published on 11 March 2019

Description: Over the years transformation in banking has been a hot topic of discussion. With the elections looming and the financial sector charter under review it is more so now. To find out how transformed the industry is, CNBC Africa spoke to Khulekani Mathe, Head of Financial Inclusion and Transformation Unit, BASA.

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Watch: The Banking Association members willing to provide expertise and resources to SOE

Source: eNCA DStv403

Time aired: 28 JUNE 2018 - 20:00


Over the last 12 months, South African Airways has received R20-billion in government bailouts. Eskom has R62-billion in principal debt payments due in the next five years and, Transnet is rumoured to be ground zero for state capture and corruption. It is a major concern that if cash-strapped SOEs were to default on their loans, the impact on the economy, businesses and government finances would be detrimental. The Banking Association South Africa says its members are willing to step in to provide expertise and resources. To discuss this further, Managing Director Cas Coovadia joins Vuyo Mvoko on As It Happens.

Watch: Gordhan Turns to Bank Chiefs to Rescue SOEs

Source: BDTV

Time aired: 26 JUNE 2018 - 09:18

Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan and the Treasury have met the heads of major banks and asset managers to appeal for help to nurse the country’s embattled state-owned enterprises (SOEs) back to health.

But, with some of the SOEs in dire straits, why would the banks want to take on the risk?

Banking Association of SA MD Cas Coovadia spoke to Business Day TV about how banks have responded to the cry for help.

Listen: The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Cas Coovadia

Source: 702

Time aired: 25 June 2018 6:52 PM


Government and the financial sector have agreed to work together to find solutions to restructuring state-owned enterprises (SOEs).

Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan and the Treasury held a meeting with heads of major banks and asset managers to help bring SOEs back to health.

Cas Coovadia, the managing director Banking Association South Africa (BASA), spoke to Talk Radio 702’s Bruce Whitfield. He says this will be a collaborative effort.

“Significant harm has been caused in the last few years and we need to do quite a lot of work together as a society to actually get these SOEs into a sustainable position.”

Listen: Arabile Gumede Discusses Banking Regulation With Cas Coovadia

Source: Classic FM

Time aired: 06/04/2018 at 7:22AM

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