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With a subject line reading "Zwane questions", former Oakbay CEO Howa e-mailed Tony Gupta and Duduzane Zuma on February 2 last year."I need some help on some of the answers.
I think we should also prepare for a question of his role around the Waterkloof landing."Perhaps I can sit with someone at his side to help me polish and add to the answers.
However, Zuma yesterday denied the claim, saying his only home was in Nkandla.
Along with Gupta brothers Ajay, Atul and Tony, Sahara CEO Ashu Chawla emerges as a key player in the intricate web of state capture.
Reservations e-mails from the luxurious five-star Oberoi Hotel to Chawla confirm that bookings were done by the Gupta-owned company.
Van Rooyen was chauffeur-driven with a Jaguar XJ L from the airport to the hotel and booked a deluxe suite, which costs about R6,000 a night.
Chawla sent Van Rooyen's reservation confirmation to Salim Essa, a Gupta associate who owns shares in several of the family's companies.In one of the letters prepared for Zuma, he writes to "His Highness Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, General Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan", congratulating him on initiatives for the developing and planning of Abu Dhabi.In the second letter Zuma commends "His Highness Vice President and Prime Minister, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Moktoum" for his "dynamic rule and visionary leadership"." while addressing a youth league rally, adding that his removal would be a victory for white monopoly capital.
Two weeks ago, on May 14, Zuma reiterated his position: "If I am not told what I have done wrong, I cannot correct my mistakes because I don't know what I have done wrong." WATCH: 9 things revealed from the Gupta e-mails In the wake of Zuma's repeated denials of any wrongdoing, the Sunday Times today publishes evidence of the Gupta family's unprecedented control over government affairs. The e-mails reveal that the Guptas:• Were sent Mosebenzi Zwane's CV a month before he was appointed minister of mineral resources;• Intervened to have the powers of the then communications minister, Faith Muthambi, strengthened and were forwarded a presidential proclamation detailing her powers by Muthambi herself before it was signed by Zuma;• Received confidential information on cabinet meetings from Muthambi;• Paid for Des van Rooyen's trip to Dubai after his appointment to the cabinet in December 2015;• Arranged for Denel director Dan Mantsha to be chauffeured around Dubai;• Paid for a deluxe suite for Matshela Koko - subsequently appointed acting CEO of Eskom - at the luxurious Oberoi Hotel in Dubai;• Were asked by an SAA board member to get him onto the board of Transnet;• Had staff coach Zwane on how to handle media conferences, including questions about his relationship with the Guptas.
He even arrived at the Treasury with two advisers said to be linked to the Guptas, Mohamed Bobat and Ian Whitley. The Sunday Times also reported that Van Rooyen visited the Gupta compound in Saxonwold, Johannesburg, for seven consecutive days before his appointment as finance minister.