Parliament - Parliament's portfolio committee on Home Affairs has started its first day of investigations into the naturalisation of the Gupta family.
The two-day inquiry will look into investments that were allegedly cited as motivation for the granting of early naturalisation, of the Gupta family members.
These investments are said to have been made to 75 schools, including some in North West.
The committee has warned those set to appear before the inquiry into naturalisation of the controversial Gupta family that hostile witnesses will not be treated with kid gloves.
The Home Affairs Department has been criticised for its "preferential" dealings with the family.