ANOTHER Gupta-possessed organization has lost its legitimate test to a North Gauteng High Court request, compelling it to pay nearly R89 million of an R123m credit it got from the Bank of Baroda. Add-on Distribution's offer was to attempt to topple the judgment of the North Gauteng High Court driving it to repay the cash.
Former Government Communications and Information System (GCIS) CEO Mzwanele Manyi has come out to defend himself for dishing out millions of rands worth of advertising to the Gupta-owned newspaper, The New Age. The former GCIS CEO, said the his decision to support to support community and small media, and new initiatives like the Gupta-owned newspaper was a government policy to promote media diversity.
One of Jacob Zuma’s stanch supporters Mzwanele Manyi has come under fire after the release of the State Capture report. Manyi has been accused of dishing out millions in advertising to a Gupta owned media company. “[ON AIR] Part one of the state capture report trilogy has been released.
It doesn’t rain but pours for former President Jacob Zuma as the State Capture report has implicated him in corrupt dealings. The recently released report has fingered Zuma as one of the masterminds behind state capture between 2009 and 2018. “Zondo: Millions of rands syphoned to Gupta-owned newspaper - The State Capture report has found that former president Jacob Zuma was at the centre of the Gupta owned media’s rampant corruption at state institutions https://t.co/LYLZZmKskr https://t.co/AtH3P9k62l” - @mailandguardian.