Business 21.1.2017 09:11 am

Guptas running out of wiggle room in Gordhan case?

National Treasury has released a statement saying that the Guptas’ company, Oakbay, is trying to distract from the facts with ‘sensational’ ‘politically driven’ claims.

The politically connected Gupta family’s company Oakbay has made “sensational and politically driven” claims and allegations designed to deflect from the primary issues raised in Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s recent court application, the National Treasury said on Saturday.

Guptas running out of wiggle room in Gordhan case?
Guptas running out of wiggle room in Gordhan case?

Guptas running out of wiggle room in Gordhan case?

National Treasury has released a statement saying that the Guptas’ company, Oakbay, is trying to distract from the facts with ‘sensational’ ‘politically driven’ claims.

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