Former bodyguards for the notorious Gupta family have revealed some interesting information.

The men, who used to be the muscle and protection for the Gupta family have made allegations that include several visits per week to president Jacob Zuma, as well as bags “bulging” with cash being transported to various places.

They men said that once they picked up ‘two heavy boxes on the highway’, across from the Guptas’ Sahara company.

One claim is that one bag of cash was left in SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s car. Motsoeneng was also cited as a regular visitor to the Gupta’s Saxonwold residence, the men claimed..

Motsoeneng allegedly denied these claims.

According to the revelation, one former guard said there would be two vehicles used in the visits to the President. Ajay Gupta would reportedly stay for about 30 minutes to an hour at a time.

Some guards said that they worked torturous hours. Some said that Ajay was a kind employer, while others stated that employees could be fired on the spot, depending on the Guptas moods. They claimed the rest of the Guptas treated like like animals, called them all sorts of names and talked to them like trash.

The Guptas have been making headlines over the last few months over claims that they had offered various jobs in Zuma’s Cabinet to politicians.

The Guptas have been heavily involved in business with state-owned enterprises such as Eskom to whom it supplies coal.

This revelation follow the one EFF leader, Julius Malema recently made on how the Gupta brothers and Pres. Zuma allegedly arranged and dropped off R6 billion rand in Dubai.

Read also : Malema reveals how the Guptas and Pres. Zuma arranged R6 billion drop off in Dubai.