Nomvuyo Guma is the Chief Director for Microeconomic Policy at the National Treasury, responsible for sectoral policy analysis and structural reforms. Ms. Guma is an economist with over 15 years of experience in Economics and Policy Development in both the public and private sectors.

She holds a Bachelor of Business Science in Management Studies in the specialised field of Economics, from the University of Cape Town obtained in 2005 and a Master’s degree in Economics: Economic Development and Policy Issues from the University of Johannesburg obtained in 2014. She joined the National Treasury in 2014 as Director: Microeconomic Policy where she was responsible for developing National Treasury’s policy positions on issues relating to the Services sector and provided inputs into departmental policy proposals and policy implementation processes
28 Sep 4PM English South Africa Business News · Investing

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