Guptas Off the Hook After South African Authority Drops Charges?

The National Prosecuting Authority's (NPA) decision to provisionally drop charges against eight people linked to the Guptas' alleged Estina Dairy scam - where R250 million in state funds allocated for the upliftment of poor black farmers was supposedly siphoned to Gupta-controlled companies - raises troubling questions about why the NPA is stalling legal action against the Gupta family, writes Rebecca Davis for the Daily Maverick.

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