- Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, denies having links to the Gupta family and tried to prove it on social media
- Gigaba hosted an hour-long Q&A to try and clear his name in the public eye
- The minister stated he would not mind appearing in front of the state capture inquiry commission if necessary
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South Africa's Home Affairs minister, Malusi Gigaba, attempted to prove his innocence in allegations of links with the Gupta family.
He turned to social media, hosting a Q&A on the social platform to answer questions by the public directly.
Let me set aside the next hour to addressing the narrative that I was ever/am captured by the Guptas.
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During the Q&A, Gigaba made it clear that he is willing to testify before the state capture inquiry commission to prove his innocence
I am willing to appear before Judge Zondo anytime he decides it is necessary that I do so. That said, I doubt he will ever decide that it is.
Here are some highlights from the session:
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