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From Saxonwold to the UAE, the Guptas are making themselves comfortable in the equivalent of Beverly Hills, and they’re building a Hindu temple at a cost of R200m in India.
The Gupta family have reportedly bought a R448-million residence in Dubai.
Decorated in marble and gold with 10 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, a double grand staircase, nine reception rooms, space for 11 cars, a hand-painted dome, chandeliers in virtually every room and a crest on the gate bearing the Gupta name.
The Guptas saga, again, raised a few eyebrows after reports emerged that they bought a R445-million mansion in Dubai.
This rekindles concerns that the Guptas may have Illegally moved assets and huge amounts of cash out of South Africa.
The mansion is listed among the most expensive homes in the United Arab Emirate.
Villa L35 in Dubai’s Emirates Hills situated in ‘Dubai’s most expensive post code’ was to be the Guptas’ new house.
In Johannesburg, there’s no sign that the Guptas intend selling their Saxonwold homes. Even when ZS-OAK has been out of the country, Sahara Estate’s gates have remained open.