It’s becoming increasingly clear why the EFF is doing this… It’s an attempt to try and take the focus away from them… the story today in the Daily Maverick… finding that the EFF and Julius Malema benefitted from the VBS Mutual Bank Heist… all the noise designed to try and disguise…— Bruce Whitfield, The Money Show
My daughter has not done any business with the State… direct your attention to me… don’t choose vulnerable targets…— Pravin Gordan
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan concluded his testimony at the state capture commission on Wednesday.
Gordhan rubbished claims by the EFF that Anusha Gordhan unduly benefited financially from the government since his appointment as Finance Minister in 2009.
Gordhan says the attacks on his family are unfair.
He challenged his detractors to make the allegations at the commission under oath.
Listen to the Whitfield's comments in the audio below.
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