Johannesburg - The warrant of arrest issued against Ajay Gupta has been withdrawn by Hawks.
Gupta was wanted in connection to corruption charges and the warrant meant he was a fugitive from justice and could face arrest if he entered the country.
Last year Duduzane Zuma appeared at the commercial crimes court in connection to the same charges Gupta was facing.
Former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas had alleged that he was invited to the Gupta compound in Saxonworld by Zuma and that Gupta offered him a ministerial post as the minister of finance shortly before Nhalnhla Nene was to be fired in 2015.
Jonas said he was also offered R600 million if he took up the job. Zuma was charged and his case was provisionally withdrawn in January. The NPA said the reasons for the withdrawal was because Jonas' testimony at the Zondo commission had not been finalised.