Mboweni may be ready to serve again, if he's asked

South African Reserve Bank governor Tito Mboweni denied in an interview that he had described himself as a one term governor, saying he would consider the issue of serving a second term at the SARB next year.

Source: Bloomberg

Pretoria - Reserve Bank governor Tito Mboweni would consider serving a second term, if offered, when his tenure expires in August next year, he said.

"It seems quite a short time" since becoming governor in July 1999, Mboweni said in an interview at the Reserve Bank's head

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