No place to hide for the Guptas
The Guptas are set to be the major subject of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into State of Capture. Investigations have started.
The Guptas are increasingly running out of places to hide and means to fly away from accounting for state capture as the government, its Indian and Canadian counterparts, ratchet up the crackdown on the brothers.
On Monday, the Indian tax authorities attached more than 30 properties of the controversial family, while the high court in Joburg ruled that they bring back a jet they bought, using a loan from a credit agency owned by the Canadian government.