- The Gupta brothers, Ajay and Atul, could possibly be extradited to South Africa soon - where they'll have to face the corruption charges against them
- The UAE and SA have signed agreements that let the two countries help each other out with legal and criminal matters
- Negotiations for this have started back in 2010 and has now finally come to a point
The United Arab Emirates and South Africa have signed extradition and mutual legal assistance treaties.
According to eNCA, this could mean the notorious family may have nowhere left to hide anymore. They could possibly have to face the charges against them very soon.
The family moved away in what looked like an attempt to escape the law.
Negotiations regarding these treaties between SA and the UAE began in 2010 and have now finally come to a point.
The HeraldLIVE reports that Michael Masutha, South Africa's justice minister, could possibly use the agreement to have the Guptas extradited from the UAE and stand trial in SA.
The agreement makes it possible for the countries to help each other in criminal and legal cases.
The Gupta brothers are charged with corruption and fraud but did not have to face the consequences of their actions yet.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that the Gupta family was able to exert a significant amount of influence of the contract between the Vrede Dairy Farm, Estina and the Free State agricultural department.
There is also damning evidence that the money from the contract was used to fund the lavish wedding of the Guptas at Sun City.
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