Central Energy Fund chair and former Reserve Bank chief economist Monde Mnyande died at the age of 63 on Sunday after a short illness, minister of mineral resources & energy Gwede Mantashe announced. 

Mnyande joined the Reserve Bank in 1995 and held a number of positions in the research department before becoming head of the department, chief economist and executive general manager. He went into early retirement in 2012. During his 17-year tenure, Mnyande worked under three governors — Chris Stals, Tito Mboweni, who is now finance minister, and Gill Marcus...

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