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Proof (in pictures) that NPA charges against Gordhan trumped-up, political

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London - National Prosecuting Authority head Shaun Abrahams has really blown it this time in his full-frontal attack against SA Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.

In his eagerness to serve political masters, the NPA chief has handed their enemies compelling evidence that he is on a crude vendetta against Gordhan based on trumped-up criminal charges. The FinMin described the summons as being “politically contaminated”.

By setting a Pretoria Magistrate’s court date, Abrahams has unwittingly provided the citizenry with an opportunity to show their growing frustration – in much the same way as they did in the August vote when ejecting the ANC from ruling three major metropolitan areas.

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