MPs have implored the Department of Home Affairs to immediately cancel the Guptas’ South African travel documentation, as some members of the controversial family continue to dodge local law-enforcement agencies and Parliamentary inquiries. The portfolio committee on home affairs met on Tuesday to discuss the terms of reference for the inquiry into the decision by the Department of Home Affairs to grant some members of the Gupta family South African citizenship. The committee unanimously adopted the terms of reference for the inquiry into the process undertaken by the department to grant the Gupta family naturalisation. In March, Home Affairs Director-General Mkuseli Apleni said of the five Guptas who applied for naturalisation‚ four members of the family‚ excluding Ajay Gupta‚ were naturalised after they fulfilled the requirement to renounce their Indian citizenship, given that India does not allow dual citizenship. According to Apleni, Ajay "only holds a permanent residence permit...

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