SAP has admitted to paying millions of rand in bribes to win contracts with state-owned entities, including Eskom. The confession raises questions about the accountability of the private sector and law-enforcement agencies.

SAP is not the only company implicated in the state-capture scandal. Other, such as McKinsey, KPMG and Bain, have also been accused of facilitating or benefiting from politically connected individuals and entities looting state resources...

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