Zondo urges media not to publish Gordhan's leaked submissions

File: Inquiry chairperson Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo slammed the State Security Agency over security clearance for investigators.

File: Inquiry chairperson Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo urges the media not to publish Gordhan's leaked submissions.

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JOHANNESBURG - Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo is urging the media not to publish information from Pravin Gordhan’s leaked submission to the State Capture Inquiry.

In a statement, he said it’s against regulations and amounts to a criminal offence.

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Gordhan is expected to testify before the inquiry this month.

The leaked document led to the EFF challenging the Public Enterprises Minister, calling him a master manipulator.

The EFF has written an official complaint to the Public Protector, calling on her to investigate Gordhan for allegedly lying in a 2016 parliamentary response about meeting the Guptas.

eNCA will adhere to the Commission’s request and will no longer publish details from the leaked submission.