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Cape Town - My experience with Bell Pottinger begs the question whether it truly acted as soon as it realised it had been misled by employees working on the Guptas’ account.

Bell Pottinger CEO James Henderson said in a statement on Thursday that “as soon as we were made aware that we had been misled and that work was being done which goes against the very core of our ethical policies, we acted immediately”.

His “unequivocal and absolute apology to anyone impacted” came after an internal investigation found evidence that “dismayed” the firm.

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