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For those without work in Vrede, hardly uncommon in a province where two-thirds of black households live below the official poverty line, there’s not a lot to do.
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Women representing female farmers take part in a demonstration calling on MPs to vote for the removal of South African president Jacob Zuma, in August 2017.
How one immigrant family managed in effect to “capture” a country might be considered an overblown work of fiction – if it did not happen to be broadly substantiated.
So familiar to South Africans are many elements of the story that the term “state capture”, once confined to academic studies of the former Soviet Union, is now the stuff of tabloid headlines and barroom chat. “Everyone,” says the security guard at Vrede, “knows the Guptas.” The story of the brothers’ involvement in South Africa is really an example of how hopes for a reborn nation can sour.
At the centre are three Indian businessmen, the now infamous Gupta brothers, who stand accused of nothing less than buying a president and selling the future of a nation.
So close have Ajay, Atul and Rajesh “Tony” Gupta become to Jacob Zuma, the controversial president, that South Africans have coined a term – “the Zuptas” – to describe their symbiotic bond.