Corruption Watch slams KPMG, McKinsey conduct in Gupta saga

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Cape Town – Corruption Watch on Tuesday slammed the conduct of auditing firm KPMG and global consulting company McKinsey which has made headlines for their alleged involvement in unethical practices. 

The organisation issued a statement on the back of reports of KPMG's alleged involvement in siphoning taxpayer money to pay for a Gupta family wedding and McKinsey's alleged involvement with Gupta-linked Trillian Capital as cited in a report by advocate Geoff Budlender. 

The Guptas, wealthy Indians living in South Africa, are at the centre of state capture allegations and are being accused of abusing their friendship with President Jacob Zuma and his son Duduzane to influence government appointments.

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