Bell Pottinger has severed ties with the Gupta family

Public Relations company Bell Pottinger has confirmed that it has cut ties with the Gupta-owned Oakbay.

The company has been working hard to help Oakbay and the Gupta's defend their reputation and correct public misrepresentation as well as politically motivated attacks against them.

EWN reporter, Stephen Grootes says it is clear that Bell Pottinger started feeling the pressure, proving that the Gupta's are not the easiest people to manage.

To hear more from Stephen Grootes, listen below:


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Bell Pottinger has severed ties with the Gupta family


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