WATCH: Kgosana says Gupta emails are real but denies Gupta wedding claims

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Former KPMG Africa CEO Moses Kgosana has denied allegations a Gupta wedding was funded by taxpayer money. Kgosana resigned yesterday from his position as a non-executive director at Alexander Forbes.

JOHANNESBURG - Former KPMG Africa CEO, Moses Kgosana, has refuted claims a Gupta family wedding was funded by taxpayer money.

Kgosana resigned yesterday from his position as a non-executive director at Alexander Forbes following the allegations.

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He was due to become chairperson of Alexander Forbes next month.

Kgosana was chief executive and senior partner at audit firm KPMG when the Gupta family organised a R30 million wedding at Sun City in 2013.

New information from leaked Gupta emails suggest the wedding was funded by taxpayer money diverted from a Free State farming project.