Deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo has asked the National Treasury to determine how much revenue Gupta-related entities obtained annually from the state. Zondo, who is the the chair of the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture, told Treasury director-general Dondo Mogajane that this was one of the issues he would like to have addressed. Mogajane took the stand to give evidence on Friday afternoon, which mostly touched on the week and days after former finance minister Nhlanhla Nene was removed from office by former president Jacob Zuma and replaced by then little known ANC backbencher Des van Rooyen. Mogajane told the commission he had asked, on Thursday, that the Treasury, through its chief procurement office and the financial management office, model the cost and revenue that could have accrued to the Gupta empire. Zondo told Mogajane that the commission wants to know what revenue was obtained by Gupta-related entities annually from 2013 to 2015, from government depart...

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