PR Firm to Face Fallout for Working With South Africa's Guptas?

Early indications suggest that Bell Pottinger may face consequences for their work with the controversial Gupta family after the British public relations firm was found guilty of breaching the Public Relations and Communications Association's code of conduct, Daily Maverick reports.

Top: Title image of former public protector Thuli Madonsela's State Capture report. Bottom-left: Atul Gupta. Bottom-right: Bell Pottinger statement on ceasing work with the Gupta-owned Oakbay company.

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