Will NPA drop charges against Gordhan?

City Press reporter Abram Mashego reported that ‘informal discussions” have taken place between Shaun Abrahams head of the NDPP, members of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) and legal representatives of Gordhan and his two co-accused to have the charges dropped.

Mashego talks to CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies about the behind the scenes talks he believes have been underway.

The NPA has announced a press briefing later this morning.

Listen to Mashego talking about his investigation below:

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