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Cas Coovadia, MD of the Banking Association of South Africa (File, Supplied)
Cas Coovadia, MD of the Banking Association of South Africa (File, Supplied)

Cape Town - Why summon Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan to court for what is essentially an administrative and human resource matter?

This question was raised in disbelief by Cas Coovadia, chair of the Banking Association of SA and part of the CEO Initiative, on Wednesday.

Coovadia told Fin24 the CEO Initiative is deeply concerned about the announcement by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) that Gordhan must appear in court.

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