Duncan Pieterse has emerged as the likely contender to take over as Treasury director-general, with the market welcoming the choice of a credible and well-respected official.

The cabinet is expected soon to approve the appointment of Pieterse, who now is deputy director-general in charge of asset and liability management, which oversees the issuance and marketing of sovereign debt and the finances of state-owned enterprises...

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