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In this week’s M&G Newsroom, Amanda Strydom and Phillip de Wet continued with the Guptagate discussion, along with everything you should know from the weekend’s newspaper.
After the politically connected Gupta family landed their wedding guests at the Waterkloof Air Force Base, we learned the extent to which the Guptas seem able to influence government decisions.
Later in the show, we looked at further revelations about Communications Minister Dina Pule, and corruption within her department.
Faranaaz Parker gave us the lowdown on a new multi-platform game, as well as Apple’s plans for a free Internet radio service.
Arts editor Matthew Krouse told us about an interesting new South African reality show and Rhode Marshall gave us the inside scoop on the SAMA’s.
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