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Johannesburg - Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown said she welcomed all investigations, as more details of her office's links to the controversial Guptas emerged on Wednesday.

"There are no holy grails," her spokesperson Colin Cruywagen said. "The investigators must do their work."

Brown said she supports the Hawks' investigations into allegations of corruption published by media over the past month or two.

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