M&G Hangout: The Gupta wedding

The controversial Gupta family is holding "the wedding of the century" in Sun City this week and have caused outrage with their use of a military airbase for their guests

The family, which owns the New Age and Sahara Computers, is celebrating the wedding of their niece, Vega Gupta (23), to India-born Aakash Jahajgarhia at Sun City, North West.

What do you think about the wedding and the possibly unauthorised use of a national key point to bring the guests into the country?

We'll put your questions to reporters Mmanaledi Mataboge and Sarah Evans, who are covering the wedding. 

Send us your questions and comments via email or on Twitter using the tag #MGhangout.


You can also join us via video to ask your question in person, using Google technology. Email us and let us know if you would like to join us via video. 

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