I'll stay if asked: SARB's Mboweni

Tito Mboweni, the governor of the South African Reserve Bank, confirmed that he would be willing to serve another term at the central bank, after earlier reports suggested he would leave when his current contract expires next July.

"Over the past couple of days a number of news reports have given the impression that I was stepping down as governor," Mboweni said. "My own position is that I have been governor since August 1999 and I will complete my current term in August 2009. If asked to serve

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