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Pravin Gordhan
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Three of the big four banks have aligned themselves with Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan in his court application against the Gupta family.

It is, however, still unclear if any of them will take the opportunity Gordhan has created for them to reveal yet more of the politically connected family’s dirty laundry.

Absa on Friday filed a notice in the Pretoria High Court supporting the declaratory order Gordhan had asked for: that he has no power to intervene in the banks’ decision to cut ties with the family and its businesses.

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