"A certain Atul Gupta" is indeed a registered voter on the South African voters roll, the Electoral Commission of South Africa confirmed on Wednesday.
IEC deputy chairperson Terry Tselane Terry Tselane said Gupta was properly registered at a primary school in Saxonwold.
The IEC said voters must be South African citizens and in possession of a barcoded ID or smartcard.
"This appears to be a legitimate registration," he said.
During a press conference on Tuesday, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba said the controversial Gupta brothers were not South African citizens because they refused to renounce their Indian citizenship, despite contrary evidence.
More to follow.