Ex-Denel CEO didn't think Salim Essa's Gupta controversy was a problem

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Arms manufacturer, Denel entered into a joint venture with VR Laser
Arms manufacturer, Denel entered into a joint venture with VR Laser


Former Denel group CEO Zwelakhe Ntshepe said he didn’t think the company going into business with Gupta associate Salim Essa was a problem despite him being a politically exposed person.

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