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Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba.(Photo: AFP)
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba.(Photo: AFP)

Cape Town – National Treasury will finally get to embark on its investor roadshow after former finance minister Pravin Gordhan was recalled from his UK trip late last month and former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas was barred from travelling on the US leg of the trip.

Zuma had originally used a questionable intelligence report as his reason to cancel the investor engagements, as well as for removing Gordhan and Jonas from their positions on March 30, various officials said.

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