Bank probe: Standard Bank worried over Zuma’s comments

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President Jacob Zuma. (AFP)
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Johannesburg - Standard Bank has expressed concern that government may still launch an inquiry over why it and other banks closed accounts of Gupta-linked Oakbay.

This is according to Standard Bank’s explosive affidavit issued to the North Gauteng High Court regarding the closure of Oakbay’s bank accounts.

Standard Bank's affidavit, which runs over 70 pages, was filed on Wednesday in response to a court bid launched by Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan in October.

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