EFF laid criminal charges against Pravin Gordhan at Brooklyn Police Station

EFF laid criminal charges against Pravin Gordhan at Brooklyn Police Station

- The Economic Freedom Fighters approached the Brooklyn Police Station to lay charges against Minister Pravin Gordhan

- This comes barely 24 hours after the minister laid charges against the party and its leader, Julius Malema

- The EFF laid charges of fraud, money laundering, racketeering and corruption against Gordhan

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The EFF gathered at the Brooklyn Police Station where they laid criminal charges against the Public Enterprises Minister, Pravin Gordhan.

As reported on by EWN, the party laid charges of racketeering, fraud, corruption and money laundering against Gordhan.

The road at the police station has been closed as EFF members gathered in a huge number outside the police station.

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This comes just one day after Gordhan laid charges against the EFF and their leader, Julius Malema at the very same police station.

Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Gordhan has had enough of the EFF's attacks against him. He took legal action against the party and its leader, Julius Malema.

The minister laid 3 criminal complaints against Malema - crimen injuria, criminal defamation and incitement to commit violence.

Gordhan approached the Brooklyn Police Station on Monday morning, 26 November, to get the ball rolling.

READ ALSO: EFF deems criminal case against them “foolish” and “opportunistic”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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