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Cape Town - Outgoing Trillian chair Tokyo Sexwale has lashed out at the wealthy Gupta family, who are close friends with President Jacob Zuma, claiming they have destroyed the ANC.

“This corruption of state capture related to a particular family. It is destroying my organisation," Sexwale told reporters on Thursday.

This followed the release of a damning report by Advocate Geoff Budlender into corruption at the Gupta-linked company.

READ: Explosive Trillian report hints at massive state capture

Budlender's investigation also probed allegations that Trillian was going to benefit from state contracts under former finance minister Des van Rooyen.

Sexwale singled out 60% shareholder Salim Essa, for much of Trillian’s corruption problems. He said Essa, the majority shareholder of Trillian, has refused to meet him.

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