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M&G Newsroom: What’s new with Guptagate?

Of course, top of our list is the latest on Guptagate and everything you should know from the weekend's papers.

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After the politically connected Gupta family landed their wedding guests at the Waterkloof Air Force Base, we learnt to what extent the Guptas seem to influence government decisions … and a little more

We take a look at further revelations about Communications Minister Dina Pule and corruption within her department.

We'll talk all things tech in our Silicon Alley feature with Faranaaz Parker. She'll give us the lowdown on a new multi-platform game, as well as Apple's plans for a free internet radio service.

We'll also chat to arts editor Matthew Krouse about an interesting new South African reality show and get the inside scoop on the Samas from entertainment reporter Rhodé Marshall.

We'll dedicate the Weekly Choon to a deserving public figure and take a look at what's coming up in the week ahead.

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