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Guptas ‘Not Threatening’ South Africa’s Public Protector: Lawyer

The Guptas are not threatening South Africa’s Public Protector Thulisile Madonsela as she probes President Jacob Zuma’s relationship with the family, according to the family’s lawyer. The public protector—an independent watchdog tasked with investigating government corruption—is due to issue a report on Friday regarding allegations of an inappropriate relationship between the Indian business family and Zuma.
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