Standard Bank CEO Sim Tshabalala and Nedbank CEO Mike Brown talk to Business Day TV about business’s role in ending state capture and stabilising the economy BUSINESS DAY TV: In many respects it’s been a day of jubilation for South Africans fed up with an increasingly criminal and rudderless state. Two key battles in the war against state capture have apparently been won … the dropping of charges for now against Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and the court order to publish Thuli Madonsela’s report. While civil society led today’s people’s congress, big business has increasingly found its voice. Joining us now are two of its ilk, Standard Bank’s CEO Sim Tshabalala and Nedbank CEO Mike Brown. Thank you both for joining us on News Leader today. You’ve both gotten back from the people’s assembly in Pretoria this morning. What do you think is being achieved, because some of the fear was that the initial momentum would have been lost given the two battles that have already been won? MIKE...

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