Zondo calls for written affidavits from Guptas

JOHANNESBURG - Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has asked Advocate Vincent Maleka to obtain written affidavits from the Guptas’ legal team. 

The controversial family are refusing to testify in South Africa but are prepared to do so by video call or at another location.

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Meanwhile, former President Jacob Zuma's son, Duduzane, has done an about-turn, saying he's now prepared to testify at the State Capture inquiry.

Justice Zondo asked that representatives of Ajay and Rajesh Gupta arrange for written statements in the event they would not return to the country.

Within two decades, the Gupta family had soared to the pinnacle of the country’s financial and political echelons. We take a look at who the Guptas are. When did they come to South Africa?