Where's the proof against the Guptas? - Nazeem Howa

Oakbay CEO, Nazeem Howa, claims that the Guptas were out of the country when Deputy Minister Mcebisi Jonas alleged he was offered the job of Finance Minister by the family.

Jonas shocked the country when he made the allegation, compelling African National Congress Secretary General, Gwede Mantashe, to investigate incidents of state capture.

The internal investigation found there was a lack of evidence.

702's John Robbie spoke to Oakbay CEO, Nazeem Howa.

Listen to the interview below:

Where's the proof of any wrongdoing? I look at these accusations that are made at us, and they seem to go from the sublime to ridiculous.

Nazeem Howa, Oakbay CEO

Our group is about disruption, it's about innovation, it's about being performance driven. Perhaps when you do those things, you rub people up the wrong way.

Nazeem Howa, Oakbay CEO

This article first appeared on 702 : Where's the proof against the Guptas? - Nazeem Howa


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