Political analyst Karima Brown says Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba is the enabler of the Gupta family.
Documents apparently show Gigaba improperly intervened to grant several members of the Gupta family naturalised South Africa citizenship.
The achitect of Gupta corruption Mr Malusi Gigaba has unduly granted them South African citizenship. Read for yourself: pic.twitter.com/EZ8MJEHRYh— Julius Sello Malema (@Julius_S_Malema) June 12, 2017
Brown says Gigaba needs to explain why he overruled the decision to deny the Gupta family citizenship and unburden himself with regards to state capture.
The analyst claims that Gigaba has allowed Gupta-linked characters to take over the state under his watch, since his days as minister of public enterprises.
The minister does stray from his mandate when the Gupta family is involved.— Karima Brown, Political Analyst and Talk At Nine Presenter
The minister suffers from a credibility and trust deficit, both in political and technical terms.— Karima Brown, Political Analyst and Talk At Nine Presenter
She says all the ministers in President Jacob Zuma's inner circle are displaying a pattern of non-compliance.
They do not want to confine themselves to governing legally and lawfully.— Karima Brown, Political Analyst and Talk At Nine Presenter
Karima reflected on Gigaba's recent remarks and manoeuvres in the face of political and economic challenges.
According to Karima, there appears to be disagreement within the Zuma camp about how to deal with the leaked Gupta emails and the corruption they expose.
Take a listen to her analysis:
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