Guptas quit as company can’t pay staff without banks - letter

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Oakbay chair Atul Gupta and President Jacob Zuma at a Protea vs India T20 cricket match in Johannesburg in 2012. (Photo: GCIS)
Oakbay chair Atul Gupta and President Jacob Zuma at a Protea vs India T20 cricket match in Johannesburg in 2012. (Photo: GCIS)

Cape Town – Gupta-owned company Oakbay Investment made contact with President Jacob Zuma and cabinet ministers to express its “deep disappointment” at banks closing its accounts, it was revealed in a leaked letter to staff on Friday.

RELATED: Guptas and Duduzane Zuma resign from Oakbay

TimesLive leaked the letter on Friday, moments after the shock announcement by the Gupta family and Zuma’s son Duduzane that they had resigned with immediate effect from all positions at Oakbay.

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