Article: Dumisane Dube
Former Minister of Public Enterprises, Malusi Gigaba, will continue with his Gupta-related evidence at the State Capture Commission on Monday.
Gigaba previously disputed allegations made by his estranged wife Nomachule that he was doing business with the Guptas.
He told the commission that he only had social and cultural interactions with the Guptas and not business dealings.
“The most important thing Mr Chairman is not how many times you interact or visit a friend or an acquaintance. The most important thing is what you do with them and as I said I had no business dealings, so whatever interactions I had with them were just social and there were no expectations of me. Probably if you go by the testimony of the previous witness, I did not deliver anything I simply did my work. I knew them and my knowledge of them had no impact on the work I was expected to deliver,” said Gigaba.
The commission is investigating allegations of State Capture, Corruption and Fraud in the Public Sector including Organs of State.
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