The government spent R49bn on contracts with entities linked to members of the Gupta family, who allegedly exploited their close ties to former president Jacob Zuma to win suspect deals, a study has found.

The price tag was calculated by Shadow World Investigations, Paul Holden, a researcher at the London-based nonprofit organisation, told the commission of inquiry into state capture on Monday...

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