Black First Land First (BLF) has consistently said that Pravin Gordhan is the mastermind of corruption and the facilitator of state capture in the interests of white monopoly capital.
Our movement has opened several criminal cases against both Pravin Gordahn and Trevor Manuel. The nation must remember that Pravin Gordhan is directly implicated in the R4.3 billion corruption in Treasury under his own watch. Before this, year after year, people like Trevor Manuel had allowed white monopoly capital to loot the nation annually of R60billion via the illicit movement of money out of the country.
We also now know that all the banks that Pravin Gordhan has shares in are implicated in corruption as found by the Competition Commission. The Rogue Unit established at the South African Revenue Services (SARS) under Pravin Gordhan’s guidance and which was funded by Trevor Manuel through state or tax payers money, was effectively an attempt to create a state within a state. This mechanism – the Rogue Unit – was a looting arm employed by Pravin Gordahn and his friend, Trevor Manuel, to systematise corruption in the interests of white monopoly capital. It was established to terrorise opponents of white monopoly capital.
BLF calls on the Hawks to also speed up all the other criminal charges laid against Pravin Gordahn and Trevor Manuel so that they can be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. We call upon Jabu Moleketi to avail himself as a state witness so that he does not suffer for things he does not know anything about. To this end the beneficiaries (insofar as being guardians) of the looting by white monopoly capital are principally Pravin Gordhan and Trevor Manuel. We applaud the Hawks for taking the bold stand and we encourage them to complete their work without fear, favour or prejudice.
Issued by the National Coordinating Committee of Black First Land First (BLF NCC)
1 September 2017
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