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Finance minister Nhlanhla Nene held several meetings with the Guptas during his first term, and prior to that when he was deputy minister. Nene — whose firing and replacement by the relatively unknown Des van Rooyen in December 2015 was one of the most notorious episodes of the Jacob Zuma presidency — will for the first time own up to his interactions with the Guptas.

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