Gigaba won't interfere with Treasury's on-going court battles

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Johannesburg – New Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says he won’t interfere with Treasury’s on-going court battles.

Gigaba was speaking at a briefing in Pretoria on Saturday. This follows his appointment as finance minister, replacing Pravin Gordhan in what has been described as President Jacob Zuma’s biggest Cabinet reshuffle since assuming office in 2009.

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