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Sexwale investigation into Trillian Gupta-Nenegate claims hits dead end

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Tokyo Sexwale. (Oliver Morin, AFP)
Tokyo Sexwale. (Oliver Morin, AFP)

Cape Town - An investigation launched in October last year by Tokyo Sexwale, independent non-executive chairperson of Trillian, into state capture claims is at risk of fizzling out due to no information being forthcoming.

The purpose of the independent investigation was to establish whether claims made by a whistle blower were true regarding alleged prior knowledge at the company that President Jacob Zuma would fire former finance minister Nhlanhla Nene.

"I have been asking for information [from Trillian] since the middle of January, adv. Geoff Budlender SC, who heads the independent investigation, told Fin24 on Friday.

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