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Gigaba says “No” to Oppenheimer’s attempt to capture SA’s Borders

By Pinky Khoabane

13/12/2016. Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba briefs media about the recent illegal immigrants issue. Picture: Thobile Mathonsi
13/12/2016. Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba briefs media about the recent illegal immigrants issue.
Picture: Thobile Mathonsi

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has refused to grant the Oppenheimers the right to operate an airport with an international entry point, within another airport, at the OR Tambo International Airport.

The Oppenheimers are currently operating a 7-star operation through Fireblade – land leased through Denel, which in itself is a National Key Point.

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2 Comments

  1. Waterkloof AFB.
    National Key Point – no doubt.
    Gupta wedding.
    Maybe Oppenhiiemers should investigate this alternative?

    1. Dear John
      Just wonder if you read the article prior to the update that the Oppenheimers have been operating on this key national point for three years. No outrage, nothing.

      They can bring in anybody, weddings, drug traffickers, human traffickers, illegal diamonds, guns. And they can steal information from Denel, and there’s no outrage. They are the Oppenheimers. Stolen land, made millions from the blood of Africans and its OKay, with you.

      Kindest

      PK

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