Pravin Gordhan statement to Zondo Commission leaked
The Department of Public Enterprises issuing a short statement a short while ago talking about the widely reported contents of Minister Pravin Gordhan statement that he will make to the Zondo Commission.
In the statement, it says the report was inexplicably leaked to the media and a number of inquiries have been received but the department is not in a position to respond and is referring all of these inquiries to the Zondo Commission.
Journalist at Tiso Blackstar Karyn Maughan says it needs to be remembered that the Zondo Commision was postponed for quite some time and the statement was then submitted to a number of people.
I think a number of people have seen it and there been a number of reports about it because its subject matter is so material to the public interest and it addresses issues like the nuclear deal and like the crises at SAA.Karyn Maughan, Tiso Black Star Journalist
Listen below to the full interview:
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