'It's time to crack the whip': SIU closes in on Guptas' dodgy deals

Investigators said they would try to recover hundreds of millions, but it was unclear whether Tegeta, which was placed inbusiness rescue in 2018, had sufficient assets.

2020-02-26 08:54:00 PM

Investigators said they would try to recover hundreds of millions, but it was unclear whether Tegeta, which was placed inbusiness rescue in 2018, had sufficient assets.

Gupta mining company Tegeta, in which Duduzane Zuma held a 28.5% stake, will likely have to pay hundreds of millions of rands for illegally profiting from a R3.7bn Eskom deal that has now been set aside.

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