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One Friday afternoon in October 2015, Duduzane Zuma — the son of then president Jacob Zuma — took deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas to a private meeting at the Gupta brothers’ home in Saxonwold, Joburg.

Once there, Jonas told the commission of inquiry into state capture, Rajesh Gupta offered him R600m to accept a promotion and displace finance minister Nhlanhla Nene...

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