SPECIAL REPORT: Truth about Gordhan arrest

What is the real basis of the ongoing case that is apparently being built by the Hawks against Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and his former SA Revenue Service (Sars) colleagues from his years as the Sars commissioner?

Despite asking the police to elaborate on why they are after the finance minister, they still decline to offer any reasons. City Press reported yesterday that the docket against Gordhan is currently active, and it was opened last year in May by current Sars commissioner Tom Moyane against former deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay.

SPECIAL REPORT: Truth about Gordhan arrest

SPECIAL REPORT: Truth about Gordhan arrest

What is the real basis of the ongoing case that is apparently being built by the Hawks against Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and his former SA Revenue Service (Sars) colleagues from his years as the Sars commissioner?

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