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The thing about bribery is that it is seen as a bagatelle and essential to get things done in certain countries.
The software company says its South African operations paid "commissions" to Gupta-linked companies for contracts with SOEs.
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Two more companies, based in Switzerland and China, have been added to the list of companies implicated in dodgy Transnet dealings linked to Gupta companies.
The party on Monday said it is "not the first time SAP has been caught with its hands in the cookie jar".
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The software said it was taking the allegations "very seriously".
The company could be liable for prosecution in Germany should authorities decide to investigate.