Employees of 'Gupta mine' left destitute

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The controversial Gupta family, alleged to have smuggled billions in taxpayers' money out of South Africa, left many destitute when they left. Employees of a bankrupt mine in Mpumalanga haven't received salaries in almost a year. But now local mining group Lurco has made an offer for the Koornfontein mine, owned by the Gupta's Tegeta Exploration and Resources. Lurco was established in 2010 by businessmen Ellington Nxumalo and Aubrey Chauke.

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South Africa
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employees, south africa, gupta mine, destitute