Maine: My relationship with Guptas is no one’s business
ANCYL leader Collen Maine says part of his responsibilities is to meet with all stakeholders in society, including the Guptas.
Maine is answering questions regarding his relationship with the controversial family.
He has been linked to the family in the State of Capture report, with reports claiming that they've even financed his home.
#ANCYL Maine: I engage with everybody including Guptas. Where I go is a personal matter, if I go to their house is none of your business. VM— EWN Reporter (@ewnreporter) November 7, 2016
The league, though, has rubbished claims that its president has been captured by the Gupta family.
It says it is shocked that he featured in the Public Protector’s report.
#ANCYL says it is shocked that it's President Collen Maine is named on the Public Protector's 'half cooked' State of Capture Report. VM— EWN Reporter (@ewnreporter) November 7, 2016
Maine says that part of his responsibilities is to meet with all stakeholders in society, including the Guptas, and he doesn’t see a problem with the family.
The league held a briefing this afternoon announcing the decisions taken during their National Working Committee meeting.
It said that the meeting focused on the disbandment of the provincial task team of the Eastern Cape, state capture and the Save South Africa movement among other issues.
WATCH: ANCLY's Collen Maine: The Guptas are not a problem of me
(Edited by Masechaba Sefularo)