How the Guptas allegedly planned to ‘capture’ National Treasury

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706x410q70Gupta-FT …would have allowed the family to “capture” the Treasury, as the four vacancies would have been filled by bureaucrats approved by the Guptas.

Under Nene, the Treasury had opposed the construction of a proposed six to eight nuclear power stations, saying the project was unaffordable.

The Guptas are reportedly trying to benefit from the project, which experts believe could cost R1 trillion, through their company Shiva Uranium.

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