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Business leaders rally behind Gordhan as SA can't afford distractions

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Cape Town – Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan on Monday received the public support of more business leaders as the corruption-fighting politician ups the ante against President Jacob Zuma’s friends, the Guptas.

Gordhan is at the centre of what many experts believe is the final showdown between Zuma loyalists and those seeking accountability and transparency about state capture allegations.

READ: Gordhan: Fraud charges are without merit

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