Embattled South African finance minister finally heeded a call for transparency and made public all correspondence between South Africa’s directorate for priority crime investigation?, the hawks, and his lawyers in an investigation that has created a rift between government agencies and shifted financial markets. This happened is left the country for the G20 summit in China yesterday however it is not clear if he will be charged with using tax units to spy on politicians including the presidency.
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