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2018-11-12 12:30

The judicial commission of inquiry into the state's catch allegations met again in Johannesburg, with former public affairs minister Barbara Hogan testifying.

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ICYMI:

Gordhan warns about the capture of the state's fightback & # 39; between government entities

Public Business Minister Pravin Gordhan has warned of a "determined and vigorous struggle" campaign against those who oppose efforts to implement clean governance in state entities.

In his submission to the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture, Gordhan says that there are still elements who want the status quo of looting, looting and impunity to remain.

He also accuses the Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane of abusing his powers to intimidate him and pursue him after he has gone summoned to appear before it.

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Public Business Minister Pravin Gordhan has warned of a "determined and vigorous struggle" campaign against those who oppose efforts to implement clean governance in state entities.

In his submission to the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture, Gordhan says that there are still elements who want the status quo of looting, looting and impunity to remain.

He also accuses the Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane of abusing his powers to intimidate him and pursue him after he has gone summoned to appear before it.

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ICYMI:

Capture of the State: Gordhan details the meetings with the Guptas

Pravin Gordhan only met officially with the Guptas once, and this was at a meeting requested by then-President Jacob Zuma somewhere between 2009 and 2014, Zuma's first term. But Gordhan refused a meeting with them later.

He did Yet get in touch with the family in the center of the state's catch at least three more times, two of which occur at public and governmental events and the third at a business meeting.

This is according to a 68-page affidavit signed by Gordhan on October 11, 2018 and delivered to the judicial inquiry into state capture led by Court Vice President Raymond Zondo.

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Pravin Gordhan only met officially with the Guptas once, and this was at a meeting requested by then-President Jacob Zuma somewhere between 2009 and 2014, Zuma's first term. But Gordhan refused a meeting with them later.

He did Yet get in touch with the family in the center of the state's catch at least three more times, two of which occur at public and governmental events and the third at a business meeting.

This is according to a 68-page affidavit signed by Gordhan on October 11, 2018 and delivered to the judicial inquiry into state capture led by Court Vice President Raymond Zondo.

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ICYMI:

"I was there when the Cabinet approved nuclear program" – Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa said he was at the Cabinet meeting, where the decision was made to issue a call for proposals for the nuclear construction program in 2015.

This is in line with a written response from the president in response to a question from DA MP David Maynier – who had asked whether Ramaphosa supported the cabinet's decision to issue a call for proposals for the energy program on 9 December 2015.

This was also the day that former President Jacob Zuma fired former Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene. During the State Capture Survey, Nene revealed that he refused to sign the Russian nuclear deal.

In April 2017, the Western Cape Supreme Court set aside the nuclear procurement processes and declared them illegal.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa said he was at the Cabinet meeting, where the decision was made to issue a call for proposals for the nuclear construction program in 2015.

This is in line with a written response from the president in response to a question from DA MP David Maynier – who had asked whether Ramaphosa supported the cabinet's decision to issue a call for proposals for the energy program on 9 December 2015.

This was also the day that former President Jacob Zuma fired former Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene. During the State Capture Survey, Nene revealed that he refused to sign the Russian nuclear deal.

In April 2017, the Western Cape Supreme Court set aside the nuclear procurement processes and declared them illegal.

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