I’m gatvol. There’s no better way of putting it…— Russell Loubser
Fifteen business leaders took out an advertisement in the Business Day, defending Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan amid his court battle with the Guptas and the charges against him.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed former JSE CEO Russell Loubser who is one of the 15.
Listen to the exasperated Loubser below (and/or scroll down for quotes from the interview).
It’s difficult sometimes to imagine we’re all supposed to be on the same side.— Russell Loubser
Almost inexplicably idiotic things are happening.— Russell Loubser
It’s difficult to imagine that they are South Africans, because they seem to be absolutely bent on sabotaging the process.— Russell Loubser
Pravin is a human being with huge integrity. It’s the obvious thing to show a man like that there’s a lot of people supporting him.— Russell Loubser
This idiotic, sinister, relentless pursuit of Pravin Gordhan continues.— Russell Loubser
If something looks suspicious the banks must look into it.— Russell Loubser
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