Evidence leaders have been appointed in the accounting industry’s probe of the KPMG employees who did work for Gupta-related companies and worked on the South African Revenue Service "rogue unit" report.The Ntsebeza inquiry, chaired by advocate Dumisa Ntsebeza, was convened by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (Saica).Advocate Ntsebeza has appointed advocate Pule Seleka SC and advocate Amaechi Olua as evidence leaders in the inquiry. The two will co-ordinate information across various submissions received, and lead the process of questioning witnesses and those implicated in the submissions. International auditing firm KPMG found itself embroiled in allegations of state capture involving the Gupta family. The Hawks swooped on the family this week, raiding their Saxonwold compound and issuing arrest warrants. However, Ajay Gupta, the family patriarch, is on the run.KPMG also came under fire for its role in the SARS report, especially as it withdrew the findings and...

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