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Johannesburg - Creditors of Glencore’s Optimum Coal Mine are scheduled to vote on Friday on a plan that would sell it to a company controlled by South African President Jacob Zuma’s son and the Gupta family, according to a document describing the terms.

The sale of Optimum, which had been placed into bankruptcy protection by Glencore Plc, to Tegeta Exploration and Resources (Pty) Ltd, a company owned by Oakbay Investments (Pty) Ltd and Mabengela Investments, is outlined in a business rescue plan, dated March 31 and published on the business rescue practitioner’s website.

Oakbay Investments is owned by the Gupta family. Duduzane Zuma has a stake in Mabengela.

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