Picture: 123RF/ANDRIY POPOV
Picture: 123RF/ANDRIY POPOV

Investigative journalism centre amaBhungane alleges that Nedbank is complicit in state capture and that the lender benefited from deals with Transnet.

Business Day TV spoke to Sam Sole, co-founder of amaBhungane, for more detail on those findings.

AmaBhungane co-founder Sam Sole talks to Business Day TV

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