Zuma silenced Gupta alarm bells as far back as 2011, Zondo told
Former state security boss Mo Shaik says ‘we may be talking about different things now’ if probe had gone ahead
Former president Jacob Zuma may have helped thwart investigations into the Gupta family as far back as 2011.
This is according to former spy boss Riaz “Mo” Shaik, one of three men who were at the top of the State Security Agency and raised red flags about the influence of notorious Indian family over the state.
In explosive testimony before the state capture inquiry on Monday, Shaik described two meetings, one with Zuma and another with his then intelligence minister, Siyabonga Cwele, in which pleas for an investigation into members of the Gupta family were shot down...