Abrahams will review Gordhan charges ‘if he asks me to’

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Shaun Abrahams. Picture: Lisa Hnatowicz/Nuus Noord
Shaun Abrahams. Picture: Lisa Hnatowicz/Nuus Noord

National director of public prosecutions, Shaun Abrahams, says if Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan asks him to review the decision to charge him, he would do so.

This is provided for in the law, said Abrahams.

African Christian Democratic Party MP Steve Swart had asked Abrahams – who was appearing in Parliament yesterday, a day after announcing the charges against Gordhan – whether representations should not have been heard first, before the announcement of the fraud charges.

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