Trevor Manuel said the South African President was not the only one to blame for the series of crises that the country had encountered.
Standard Bank announced that it will be reviewing its business relationship with KPMG, McKinsey and German software company SAP.
Former Finance Minister Trevor Manuel wants those involved in the KPMG debacle to receive prison sentences.
Pravin Gordhan says that the Hawks probe is part of a bigger battle for the future of the ANC.
Manuel confirmed that he had received a subpoena to file an affidavit, but said that the matter has been referred to his lawyers as he is not in the country.
Julius Malema said former President Thabo Mbeki was peddling fiction when he told South Africans that white monopoly capital did not exist.
Trevor Manuel believes that South Africa should follow the United States example and elect someone younger, as they did with Barack Obama in 2008.
Manuel called President Jacob Zuma corrupt and not capable of governing the country.
“I stand by what I said. If we are seen to play fast and loose with our Constitution, we can’t expect successive generations to have anything to hold on to.”
Former finance minister Trevor Manuel said in an interview with Soweto TV that President Jacob Zuma should step down.