South Africa: Multinationals, Others Ensnared in Gupta Web?
It has been alleged that two German software companies, SAP and Software AG were paying the Guptas for lucrative government contracts. Trillian, the company formerly chaired by ex-minister Tokyo Sexwale, who was a presidential aspirant, also called for an inquiry after links to the Gupta family were reported. Individuals who allegedly stood to gain from the Gupta family association include Brian Molefe, formerly from Eskom, and KPMG's former executive Moses Kgosana, who attended a Gupta family wedding. All have been implicated in corruption claims.
Moses Kgosana was a KPMG Africa Chief Executive who was about to take up the chairmanship of Alexander Forbes a leading financial services firm in South Africa in August 2017 but ... Read more »
It has been confirmed that Brian Molefe, the former boss of energy giant Eskom, will be appointed to a cabinet post, despite damning evidence in the State Capture Report by former ... Read more »
African National Congress Treasurer General Zweli Mkhize and Secretary General Gwede Mantashe have called on authorities to hold officials implicated in the #GuptaLeaks accountable ... Read more »
German software multinational SAP allegedly intended to secure a Transnet contract worth U.S.$7.3 million in a deal with a small Gupta-owned company, the Daily Maverick reports. Read more »
Trillian Capital, a company that was chaired by Tokyo Sexwale, a former ANC human settlements minister who had presidential aspirations, called for an investigation into the firm ... Read more »
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