FULL STATEMENT: Bell Pottinger drops the Guptas

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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)

United Kingdom public relations agency Bell Pottinger says it has been targeted by detractors of Gupta-owned Oakbay.

On Friday 31 March the South Africa Communist Party released a report “Bell Pottinger - PR support for the Gupta family”.

The report was anonymous, gave no sources for its allegations and contained many statements about this firm and our work for Oakbay that were wholly untrue.

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