Pravin Gordhan, Former finance minister of South Africa, in an interview in April with CNN Journalist Christiane Amanpour, admitted that even though he thinks that Zuma is Corrupt, he didn’t have any evidence to prove the same.
In a 12 minute long interview, when gordhan was asked by Amanpour, whether he have any direct evidence with him to prove the corruption charges against Zuma, he literally mumbled and said “no, I don’t have any personal information, but as I said there are all sorts of suggestions not just about the president but people in the private sector and people in the public sector”.
Gordhan, who is usually criticized for his White monopoly favored acts by his critics, was fired by President Zuma in April. The president, Jacob Zuma ordered this to look in the light of his Incompetency to implement the radical economical transformation in the Treasury. Moreover, Gordhan always himself stood corrupt as more than R4 billion, which was being looted under his management out of the Treasury, provided his strong links with most of the corrupt banks.
Do you have any info that might implicate Pres Zuma in any acts of corruption?
Pravin Gordhan: No, but there are all sorts of suggestions. pic.twitter.com/iz90aCknox
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