ANC dismissed first Gupta allegations because its 'analysis' found newspapers were racist - Mantashe

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ANC chairman Gwede Mantashe testified at the Zondo Commission yesterday.
ANC chairman Gwede Mantashe testified at the Zondo Commission yesterday.
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There is "disquiet" in the ANC that the Zondo commission is investigating the party, instead of state capture, ANC chairperson Gwede Mantashe told the commission on Wednesday.

Mantashe was asked to provide a report from the ANC integrity commission, which as early as 2013 recommended that former president Jacob Zuma "step aside" due to his Gupta connections.

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