Millions in Gupta Assets Seized by South African Investigators

South African authorities have seized assets belonging to the Guptas, their companies and associates. The assets include luxury properties in the up-market suburbs of Constantia in Cape Town and Morningside in Gauteng.

This comes after The National Prosecuting Authority had tweeted a press release announcing a request to Interpol in the execution of arrest warrants for Atul and Rajesh Gupta, their wives, and a number of their business associates. The Gupta brothers have allegedly expanded their business interests through their alleged close ties with former South African president Jacob Zuma. Zuma has been accused of having "sold executive power" to the controversial family whose ties to high-ranking officials have been examined in the Zondo Commission of Inquiry's probe into alleged state capture.

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