Transnet: A blueprint for state capture

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We look at how Transnet was captured. Photo: Getty Images
We look at how Transnet was captured. Photo: Getty Images

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The second part of the state capture report detailed in minute detail how state-owned enterprises such as Transnet and Denel were captured by former president Jacob Zuma’s Cabinet and used as cash cows for the Gupta family. We look at the report’s findings on how these entities were captured.

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