The South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, a two-time Nigerian minister, as a member of the country’s Economic Advisory Council. The council is chaired by Cyril Ramaphosa, the South African president.
“The council is a non-statutory and independent body chaired by the president and brings together prominent economists and technical experts drawn from academia, the private sector, labour, community, think tanks and other constituencies. The members, who will volunteer their time and be compensated for subsistence and travel, are appointed to serve a three-year term.”
Reacting to the Development, Okonjo Iweala Wrote:
“With President Ramaphosa, members of cabinet, and members of the Presidential Economic Advisory Council in Pretoria discussing sources of growth for the South African economy and win-win economic interactions with the continent.