Guptas: Fugitive family now selling herbal medicine in India

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Ajay and Atul Gupta, Duduzane Zuma and Jagdish Parekh (standing) speak to the City Press.
Ajay and Atul Gupta, Duduzane Zuma and Jagdish Parekh (standing) speak to the City Press.
Muntu Vilakazi, Gallo Images, City Press

The patriarchs of the Gupta family - last week indicted in the High Court because of a conspiracy to defraud Eskom - have reinvented themselves in India with their interests tied up in six companies, including a medicinal herbs distributor.

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