Minister Gigaba to testify at Parliament inquiry on Gupta naturalisation
The Home Affairs Parliamentary Committee has started its inquiry into the naturalisation of the Gupta family.
The Department of Home Affairs has been under pressure to clarify how the family were naturalised.
Eyewitness News Parliamentary reporter Lindsay Dentlinger says Outa was the first ones to give evidence to the committee.
The inquiry got off to a blazing start this morning.Lindsay Dentlinger, Parliamentary Reporter at EWN
Home affairs officials are not ready to give their answers yet.Lindsay Dentlinger, Parliamentary Reporter at EWN
Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba who is at the centre of the controversy will be giving his testimony tomorrow together with former DG Mkuseli Apleni.
Listen to the full interview here:
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