Public Protector leaves out Gupta involvement in Estina dairy farm report

Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane released her report into the Estina Dairy Farm in the Free State.

Mkhwebane found the Department of Agriculture in the Free State to be guilty of gross misconduct and maladministration.

EWN Senior reporter Barry Bateman says that Mkhwebane says she could not investigate the involvement of the Gupta family due to financial constraints.

Bateman says the Public Protectors report noted the Gupta leaks but they did not form part of the scope of this investigation.

MKHWEBANE FINDS FS DEPT GUILTY OF MALADMINISTRATION OVER ESTINA DAIRY FARM

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