Political drama, corruption allegations and even wedding party controversies -- the Gupta family, one of South Africa's wealthiest, has been accused of wield...
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'South Africans love me' - Atul Gupta boasted about his endless wealth‚ says leaked email are fakewww.dispatchlive.co.za Atul Gupta claimed he was so wealthy that he couldn’t spend all his money if he tried. That’s according to Lord Bell‚ the co-founder of the British PR firm Bell Pottinger‚ which ditched the Guptas as clients after a public outcry. Lord Bell told BBC radio that Atul boasted about his wealth and flew the
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