Former Head of South Africa’s Secret Service, Mo Shaik, has started to give details around the Gupta red-flags and how the then State Security Minister Siyabonga Cwele ignored the warnings.
Former Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane has told the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture in Parktown, Johannesburg that she heard about the Gupta Plane landing at Waterkloof airport in Pretoria in April 2013 – through the media.
Former Director-General in the Presidency Reverend Frank Chikane has described in detail how former GCIS Head Themba Maseko approached him for advice when he had been asked, by former president Jacob Zuma, to go and meet the Guptas in 2011.
Former Busa CEO Jerry Vilakazi has questioned why financial firms did not actively detect suspicious transactions.
A Gupta-owned property has been sold at auction for R2.6 million. The property, in the affluent suburb of Saxonwold in Johannesburg, was valued at R3 million.
A former Non-Executive Board member of Eskom, Mark Pamensky, says he was appointed to the Eskom board while he was a director at the Gupta-owned Oakbay Company.
Backtracking on his earlier evidence, former Free State Agriculture Department Head of Department, Peter Thabethe, has now admitted to have met the Guptas at their residence in Saxonwold.
The Ahmed Kathrada Foundation has staged an evening picket outside the residence of the controversial Gupta family in Saxonwold, Johannesburg, calling for their extradition.
Former MEC of Finance in the Free State, Elizabeth Rockman has confirmed that she has met one of the Gupta brothers in August 2011.
A member of the British House of Lords has requested the British government to put sanctions on the Gupta family following similar actions by the US Treasury Department.