Ex Gupta employee wants to take stand at #StateCaptureInquiry

Ex Gupta employee wants to take stand at #StateCaptureInquiry

- Indian based journalist Rajesh Sundaram says he has exclusive information on the deals between Jacob Zuma and the Gupta family

- Sundaram is willing to testify in the state capture inquiry currently underway

- The journalists says Zuma helped the Guptas successfully get deals for their media ventures

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Former employee of the Guptas, Rajesh Sundaram, wants to testify against his ex employers.

Sundaram, a journalist, says he information about the Gupta family and their dealings with former president Jacob Zuma.

The Citizen reports that Sundaram says Zuma helped the Guptas secure 2 deals in 2013. He was hired by the Guptas to help set up ANN7.

The journalist has given the South African parliament an affidavit with details about meetings and conversations between Zuma and the Guptas.

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According to Sundaram, Zuma jumped in to help when the Electoral Commission of SA didn't want to advertise their newspaper, The New Age.

Sundaram further says that Zuma helped the Guptas get a massive discount on about a hundred hours of SABC footage.

Indentured: Behind the Scenes at Gupta TV, Sundaram's book about his encounters with Zuma and the Guptas describe the meetings he had with them.

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