Brown denies claims of Gupta meddling at Eskom

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File: Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has again denied that the Guptas have ever influenced her.

File: Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has again denied that the Guptas have ever influenced her.

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File: Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has again denied that the Guptas have ever influenced her.

File: Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has again denied that the Guptas have ever influenced her.

CAPE TOWN - Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has again denied that the Guptas have ever influenced her.

MPs at Parliament&39;s inquiry into the capture of state-owned enterprises grilled Brown on Wednesday.

She’s accused of being captured, paving the way for the Gupta family to fleece parastatals, especially Eskom.

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Brown is now calling for a comprehensive probe into corruption allegations at the power utility.

Former Eskom board chair Zola Tsotsi said he met Tony Gupta and his business associate, Salim Essa, at Brown&39;s home.

Brown denies this.

She&39;s also denied ever speaking to the Guptas on the phone about the suspension of acting Eskom CEO, Matshela Koko.