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Former MP, Barbara Hogan speaks out about Gupta pressure

Former Public Enterprise Minister and former ANC MP, has spoken out in response to Deputy Finance Minister, Mcebisi Jonas' confirmation that he was offered top Finance Minister post by the Guptas.

Speaking to John Robbie this morning, Hogan has commended Jonas for his 'bravery'. She added that she is not surprised by allegations of Gupta influence on government and encourages the ANC to deal with the 'rot' cleverly and decisively.

Hogan also confirmed Vytjie Mentor's Jet Airways claims, saying that she herself was also put under pressure to meet with Jet Airways but refused.

Listen to the conversation below:

ANC must rise to the occasion - ANC spokesperson

Speaking to John Robbie, ANC spokesperson, Zizi Kodwa has confirmed that the ANC will discuss the Gupta state capture allegations and way forward at the ANC NEC meeting this weekend.

We must welcome all those who come forward, and now we need to deal with it to restore the credibility of our democratic state

Zizi Kodwa, ANC Spokesperson

At this moment we don't want to preempt talks of recalling the president, these are serious allegations, we need to investigate.

Zizi Kodwa, ANC Spokesperson

Listen to the conversation below:


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