State capture commission: Gordhan details Zuma’s actions

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State capture commission: Gordhan details Zuma's actions. Photo: Die Vryburger
State capture commission: Gordhan details Zuma's actions. Photo: Die Vryburger

In a 68 page submission before the state capture commission, Pravin Gordhan announced the details about Zuma’s actions. In 2015 he was approached by Jacob Zuma regarding an agreement with the Airbus manufacturer because Dudu Myeni wanted to enter into an agreement at an extraordinary high price.

He told Zuma that it could not be done, but it was clear that Myeni asked Zuma to intervene. The purchase agreement was changed to a lease agreement that was far more realistic.

In this way, he implicates Zuma regarding the Russian nuclear power plant agreement as well as attempts to ‘pull the strings’ at PetroSA and later at Denel in favor of the Gupta brothers.

In addition, Zuma’s fingers were also involved with SARS and the relationship between Monyane and Gordhan. The closure of the Gupta bank accounts opposed by Mosebenzi Zwane, with the full support of the then ANC president.

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