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BIO and The Gupta family owns a business Empire ..READ

Gupta family in South Africa- 3 brothers, Ajay Gupta, Atul Gupta, Rajesh "Tony" Gupta
  • Gupta brothers are controversial for their close relationship with South African president Jacob Zuma
  • In 2016 Atul Gupta became the 7th wealthiest person in South Africa with an estimated net worth of US$773.47 million
  • In 1993, migrated from UP, India to South Africa to establish Sahara Computers.


Feb 16, 2019:Ajay Gupta is no longer a wanted man South Africa police. We may be watching the judicial equivalent of a footballer missing an open goal, here. The NPA have made the controversial decision to drop the arrest warrant that was issued for Ajay Gupta last February.

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Johannesburg, , Jan 16, 2018 South Africa Parliament's justice committee welcomes freezing of NRI Gupta family Assets about $130 million Click Here
Gupta family under fire for exerting undue influence on Zuma- to  get citizenship by naturalization- No body believe that Guptas would be rich as they are with­out Zuma . CLICK HERE

The Guptas’ racism and their manipulation of race in South Africa

Black waiters to wash themselves before they could serve the wedding guests.

  • White people to clean their rooms and even only white people to drive their cars
  • Gupta, had called security guards working at their Saxonwold compound “monkeys..


Aug. 30, 2016: Undue political sway over South Africa President & Small Mistakes, Gupta family in South Africa to sell All Holdings


The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) political party, currently the third-largest party in both houses of the South African parliament has called the family to leave South Africa, saying the country could not be held to ransom by a "corrupt cartel" with "mafia" tendencies.

  • According to local media, the Gupta family will sell their all shares in all companies to relocate  to Dubai.
  • Guptas issued a  general apology” to the authorities, the public and their guests.
  • President Jacob Zuma told news media, "Guptas are his friends but denied doing anything improper."
  • All top 4-5 major banks, have cut links with companies associated with them.

 The Guptas have also denied making job offers to anyone in government but scandal-troubled Zuma has been under question for years.

The Guptas apologise

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Power of Gupta family in South Africa has people fearing ‘state capture’ ..Read More
Could South Africa Be Really In A Tight Grip of the Guptas- Could South Africa be really in a tight grip of the Guptas? The Gupta family, widely known as the “Guptas” in the South African media, .,,,,March 28, 2016 ..Read More
  • Aug 29, 2016: Deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas publicly stated that a member of the Gupta family had offered him his boss’s job. High-profile members of the ruling party made claims that the brothers were offering senior government posts in return for favours, prompting accusations....
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  • Durban Aug 28, 2016: Gupta family hits back at DA's Maynier The Gupta family has on Sunday pleaded with the Democratic Alliance's David Maynier to stop using the family name “as a football in his party-politicking battles”.
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  • Date 03.05.2013: Gupta scandal:South Africa suspends officials- South Africa has suspended five senior government officials including military personnel following the unauthorized landing of a private chartered plane at an Air Force base. International relations office for clearance who granted permission for the aircraft to land. But the ministers have refuted all this, saying no executive permission was granted, meaning that they were not informed about it and they wouldn't allow it since they were not diplomats but rather people going to attend a wedding. At the same time according to a family statement Waterkloof Air Force base was used with the full permission of the authorities to receive foreign dignitaries including ministers. Who is telling the truth?...
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Duduzane, Gupta and new Telkom boss in China deal, R550-billion rail infrastructure programme-- President Jacob Zuma's son, Duduzane, and business tycoon Rajesh Gupta are directors and shareholders in a deal with China Railway Construction Corporation that places them at the forefront to cash in on the government's R550-billion rail infrastructure programme. Newly installed Telkom chairman Lazarus Zim's Afripalm Horizons announced the deal in August with one of China's biggest construction concerns when he accompanied the president on a state visit to China..

Jacob Zuma was elected president of South Africa in 2009. In 2007, he won the presidency of the African National Congress, the country's leading political party. Zuma served as deputy president of South Africa from 1999 to 2005.

He is a controversial politician, involving himself in several legal scandals associated with corruption and racketeering. A polygamist, Zuma has 20 children.


Brothers Ajay, Atul and Rajesh Gupta from South Africa are with Swami Ramdev


Gupta family wants to sell all shareholding in S. Africa

Cape Town, Aug 28, 2016: Implicated in a corruption scandal, the wealthy Indian Gupta family on Saturday announced its intention to sell all of its shareholding in South Africa by the end of the year.

"We are already in discussions with several international prospective buyers and will soon be in a position to make further announcements," Xinhua quoted the family as saying.

"We believe that this decision is in the best interests of our business, the country and our colleagues," said a statement by the family.

With huge business interests in South Africa and close ties with President Jacob Zuma, the Gupta family has been accused of "state capture" by influencing Zuma in the appointment of cabinet ministers. The family, however, denied the accusation.

Following the scandal that rocked South Africa, the family decided to step down from all executive and non-executive positions in all their South African business in April 2016.

Ever since, the local management team has grown the Gupta's businesses from strength to strength, with turnover and profits showing good growth and more jobs created, said the statement.

"As a family, we now believe that the time is right for us to exit our shareholding of the South African businesses which we believe will benefit our existing employees and lead to further growth in the businesses," it said. ....IANS