Themba Maseko opens up about the ANC's decision to drop investigation on Guptas

Former government spokesperson, Themba Maseko, says he has not received any formal response from the ANC, about the investigation into the Gupta brothers.

Earlier this year, Maseko confirmed to the Sunday Times that the Gupta family threatened action against him because he did not want to help them with a certain government contracts.

At the time, Maseko was the CEO of the Government Communications and Information Services (GCIS).

Maseko is the only person who sent a written submission to ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe about how the Gupta family tried to capture the state.

I have not been informed formally about what their next steps are. All I know is what you know and what you've read from the media.

Themba Maseko, government spokesperson

It was a little disappointing, because I think the matter is important enough to require some serious investigation.

Themba Maseko, government spokesperson

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