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Gupta brothers (Ajay, Atul and Rajesh)


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    Vol 6 (AAC) No 11 |
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Rahul Dhir

To that end, Dhir has assembled a team consisting of several former Cairn employees, including David Ginger, who is now Delonex’s Director of Exploration, and Ajay Gupta, its Chief Financial Officer...


Criticism mounts but the deals keep coming

One example of the risks is the attempt by the Gupta brothers, who are close to President Zuma and his family, to get China Railway Construction Company to build South Africa a high-speed railway...


Veterans with influence

Maphatsoe’s salary is paid by the Gupta family, business associates of the Zuma family (AC Vol 52 No 5, The Gupta factor)...


Zuma’s presidential primary

For other family comforts, the Zumas can thank the Gupta brothers: Ajay, Atul and Rajesh, the owners of Sahara Computers, the New Age newspaper and interests in mining and finance (AC Vol 52 No 5)...

Duduzane and Rajesh Gupta have a deal with China Railway Construction Corporation that positions them to benefit handsomely from the planned high-speed rail link between Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town...

The Gupta brothers have, we understand, made a donation to the Inkatha Freedom Party for a national conference...

The Congress of South African Trade Unions worries about claims that Zuma colludes with the Guptas and launched an investigation after General Secretary Zwelinzima Vavi talked of ‘the growing perception that the Gupta family is plundering resources of the country to the benefit of Duduzane’...

One union leader who was present told Africa Confidential that the Gupta brothers offered to help Cosatu and its individual leaders with anything they ‘need’, and asked whether Cosatu had any ‘projects’ that needed support...


Who’s who in Zumaland

Gupta brothers: Ajay, Atul and Rajesh own Sahara Computers, The New Age newspaper and are in business with Duduzane...


The Gupta factor

President Jacob Zuma’s critics again claim he is in thrall to the Durban-based Gupta family...

Brothers Atul, Ajay and Rajesh Gupta are in business with Zuma’s children and allies (AC Vol 51 No 24)...

Presidential son Duduzane Zuma and Rajesh Gupta are directors and shareholders in a deal with the China Railway Construction Corporation: the joint venture will be able to access finance under the government’s 550 billion rand (US$79...


Station to station

In South Africa, plans for a US$30 billion high-speed rail link from Johannesburg to Durban have caused concern in the ruling tripartite alliance after it was revealed in mid-February that President Jacob Zuma’s son and the well connected Gupta family would be involved...

Afripalm Horizons announced that a new joint venture would be created in the coming months that would include Duduzane Zuma and Rajesh Gupta...

The Gupta family have served as important links to other Chinese deals involving other members of the presidential family (AAC Vol 3 No 10) and are said to wield influence over which business deals win state backing...


Why Nyanda had to go

We can reveal that Nyanda fell out of favour for refusing to support Zuma's allies and financiers, the Gupta brothers, in their application to the Independent Communications Authority to start a new television station...

On Zuma's state visit to India this year, his son Duduzane Zuma represented the Gupta-owned Mvengela mining company and in October, a company partly owned by Rajesh Gupta bought Duduzane a 4 million rand (US$567,800) mansion...


A golden child in Zuma's family

Duduzile Zuma, one of the president's daughters, is closely linked with the South Africa-based Sahara Group, which is owned by the Gupta family of India...

One of Jacob Zuma's sons, Duduzane, worked with the Gupta family to buy the South African subsidiary of Toronto-listed Uranium One in May for $37 mn...

Ajay Gupta is a founding member of South Africa's International Marketing Council, the body charged with marketing South Africa abroad...


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