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Ramaphosa supports Gordhan against Public Protector in ‘rogue unit’ court case

The president says any disciplinary action he takes would “necessarily have to be informed” by the court’s decision

Ramaphosa enters the fray in fight between Gordhan and Mkhwebane

The president said his court case is “unfortunate” and a “measure of last resort”

Ivan Pillay: Public Protector’s remedial action is ‘improper’

The former deputy Sars commissioner has filed court papers supporting Pravin Gordhan

Sars’s power to gather intelligence finally goes to court

The revenue services’ so-called ‘rogue unit’ has been investigated by several bodies, but a court is the right place to put an end to the saga

Gordhan fires back at Mkhwebane

The reappointed public enterprises minister goes further, claiming the public protector’s finding against him was politically motivated

Gordhan’s opponents pounce in the wake of Public Protector’s pension payout report

The former public enterprises minister's critics have been lobbying hard to prevent his appointment to the Cabinet

Gordhan: Mkhwebane’s report ‘politically motivated and riddled with errors’

The former public enterprises minister wants the high court to set aside the Public Protector’s report which found he had acted improperly

EFF stands by Public Protector after earlier misgivings

The party was initially unconvinced by her suitability for the post

Public Protector: You’re welcome to take me to court

Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s spokesperson said that those who are aggrieved with Mkwebane’s findings are welcome to approach the courts.

Public Protector’s report ‘wrong’ in fact and in law — Gordhan lawyer

The public enterprises minister says he will challenge advocate Mkhwebane’s report

Public Protector finds Gordhan guilty of maladministration in Pillay pension payout

Report released on cusp of President Ramaphosa's Cabinet announcement finds Gordhan acted irregularly during tenure as finance minister

Mkhwebane subpoenas former Sars boss in probe against Gordhan

The ​Public Protector has subpoenaed former Sars commissioner Oupa Magashula over former Sars deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay's early retirement

I’m sorry for the offence: Rivers Church pastor Andre Olivier apologises after being accused of delivering a racist sermon

The Sars group executive for employment relations says his submissions to the commission are being "deliberately suppressed"

Gordhan to finally appear before Zondo commission

The public enterprises minister is expected to detail his time as finance minister and attacks on the treasury for looking into suspected corruption

#StateCaptureInquiry: Gordhan’s testimony postponed — again

This is not the first time the public enterprises minister’s testimony has been postponed

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