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Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. (Photo: Bloomberg)
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. (Photo: Bloomberg)

Johannesburg - Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, speaking in Midrand, has responded to the National Prosecuting Authority’s decision to press ahead with charges against him.

Head of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) Shaun Abrahams on Tuesday announced that Gordhan has been ordered to appear before court on a charge related to the early retirement of former deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay. 

The summons comes after Gordhan was instructed to report to the Hawks in August regarding investigations into the Sars rogue unit.

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