Are the Hawks about to recharge Pravin Gordhan?

City Press claims sources close to the investigation have revealed that the Hawks and NPA are working behind the scenes to slap Gordhan with new charges before Christmas.

And it seems this time they are after Gordhan because of the establishment of the so-called “rogue unit” or High Risk Investigation Unit in 2007.

Investigative journalist Abram Mashego speaks to CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies about this impending action.

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