The following has been taken from the PPLAAF website: "Following testimony of whistleblowers represented by PPLAAF in South Africa's parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises, and at the request of Honorable Acting Chair Z Rantho, PPLAAF has made available a small selection on documents and emails from the Guptaleaks." CLICK HERE TO SEARCH THE EMAILS FOR YOURSELF "The information (curated to show interactions) will be publicly accessible for a period of ten days only to assist with the completion of the inquiry. It is a sample from hundreds of thousands of emails, documents and invoices related to the Guptaleaks. PPLAAF, in partnership with South African media amaBhungane and Daily Maverick, has opted to provide access to the information via a single portal - Investigative Dashboard, that will soon be available to global media via the Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) with the support of Finance Uncovered."

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