Gupta lawyer Gert van der Merwe explains his position on state capture report

I want all the evidence to be heard and then she can bring out the report.

Gert van der Merwe, Gupta family lawyer

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield played a clip of an interview of the Gupta family’s lawyer, Gert van der Merwe.

Van der Merwe explained his position on the Public Protector’s expected report into state capture.

Listen to the audio below for the clip.

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