Under recently ousted President Zuma, the Gupta family made millions in South Africa. Some of that money may have been used to purchase diamonds in a scheme which defrauded a state program to help poor black dairy farmers.
Koos Mthimkhulu, a black cattle-farmer, inspects his herd at his farm in Eastern Free State Province, South Africa, 2012. Mthimkhulu was born on a white-owned farm, and at the end of minority rule in 1994 was selected for a reform program whereby the government bought agricultural land from white farmers and handed it over to blacks with legitimate claims on the territory. Photo: Reuters / Siphiwe Sibeko