Attending Gupta wedding had no political value and I did not okay it - Malusi Gigaba

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Former Minister Malusi Gigaba  appears at the the Zondo Commission. Photo by Gallo Images/Fani Mahuntsi.
Former Minister Malusi Gigaba appears at the the Zondo Commission. Photo by Gallo Images/Fani Mahuntsi.

Former minister of public enterprises Malusi Gigaba told the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into State Capture that he did not use his Cabinet position to ingratiate the Gupta family with his that department and its entities.

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