- Pravin Gordhan testifies at the state capture inquiry about what happened during his time as finance minister
- He is expected to detail how he had to protect the National Treasury against former president, Jacob Zuma
- The Economic Freedom Fighters plan to picket outside the Johannesburg building where the inquiry takes place
Pravin Gordhan will be testifying at the state capture inquiry on Monday, 19 November.
According to those who worked with Gordhan, he was important in protecting the National Treasury against former president, Jacob Zuma.
News24 reports that the former finance minister has been under growing pressure as the day that he testifies drew closer.
Gordhan was called to testify at the state capture inquiry about state capture and a payout by SARS to its ex-deputy commissioner.
Meanwhile, the EFF zoomed in on Gordhan, accusing him of running "a spy unit" and plotting against them.
The EFF plans to picket outside the Johannesburg building where Gordhan testifies.
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