8 Things You Didn’t Know About The Gupta Family

Written by Lillian Mutiso

The Gupta family is a South African-Indian family. They live in Saxonwold, in Johannesburg, South Africa. They came to South Africa in 1993, as the nation prepared to hold its first multi-party elections in the post-apartheid era.

The Gupta’s reportedly left the nation in April 2016, after being adversely accused of using their business power and proximity to President Jacob Zuma to influencing government appointments and compromise top public officials.

Below are eight things to know about the family;

Sources: Moneyweb, BBC, Sunday Times, Financial Times