JOHANNESBURG, April 1 The treasurer general of
South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC), one of
the party's highest-ranking officials, said on Saturday he had
"reservations" about this week's cabinet reshuffle that saw
Pravin Gordhan ousted as finance minister.
"I have my reservations on the process followed and the
manner in which this cabinet reshuffle was done," Zweli Mkhize
said in a statement.
President Jacob Zuma's sacking of the widely-respected
Gordhan shook South African markets on Friday, undermining his
authority and threatening to split the ANC that has governed
since the end of apartheid.
(Reporting by Ed Stoddard Editing by Jeremy Gaunt)