Mboweni willing to tell all

SOUTH AFRICA - South African Reserve Bank governor Tito Mboweni on Monday said he was willing to disclose details of a confidential deal reached between the SARB and Deutsche Bank to boost South Africa's foreign exchange reserves.

Mboweni also said in a radio interview that he was "embarrassed" by the way the agreement had been handled on Friday during a hearing at the Commission of Inquiry into the rand's rapid slide late last year.

Local newspapers said on Monday the secret pact would involve

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