(FILES) This file photo taken on February 22, 2017 shows South Africa's Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan delivering the 2017 Budget address at the National Assembly in Cape Town. / AFP / RODGER BOSCH
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Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is set to return to South Africa early Tuesday after being ordered home from London by President Jacob Zuma, hours before a court hearing over the closure of accounts belonging to friends of the president.In December, Gordhan asked the High Court to rule he was not allowed to interfere with decisions by South Africa's major banks to close business accounts of Oakbay Investments, owned by brothers Ajay, Atul and Rajesh Gupta and with interests stretching from technology to media to mining.The banks are also party to the court hearings.
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