This is from a post on Facebook by the former governor of the Reserve Bank, Tito Mboweni, on hearing of the Public Protector's instructions on Absa and the Reserve Bank: For the record‚ I was Governor of the SA Reserve Bank from 1999-2009. I hope that I served in that position fairly and professionally. So I think but some amongst us might have a different view. That is normal in a democracy. I have absolutely no problem or issues with that. Some amongst us might recall that when Julius Caesar was assassinated by his close confidantes‚ Mark Anthony stood up and said something like: "I come here to bury Caesar and not to praise him. He was my friend faithful and just to me". Towards the end of the tragedy‚ he‚ Mark Anthony said something like this:" Cry Havoc‚ Let slip the dogs of War". As a result‚ civil war broke out and Brutus and his co-conspirators were chased away and annihilated. 'Cry Havoc‚ Let slip the Dogs of War'! Let not the Dogs of War be unleashed upon our beloved and b...

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