This file photo taken on Nov. 15, 2016 in Johannesburg shows South African president Jacob Zuma looking on as he visits an area affected by the recents floods. (AFP / GIANLUIGI GUERCIA)
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South Africa's companies registry office is pursuing criminal complaints against SAP, KPMG and McKinsey on suspicion that business they conducted with friends of President Jacob Zuma broke the companies act, it said Wednesday.German software maker SAP, auditor KPMG and management consultants McKinsey have all been accused of unduly influencing government contracts in collusion with companies controlled by the Gupta family, who have been accused of using political connections to win work with the state.The CIPC has in the past helped bring about changes at South African firms by pursuing complaints under the companies act.Separately, South Africa's state prosecutor said it would on Wednesday serve a court order on McKinsey relating to a 1.6 billion rand ($130 million) contract with state utility Eskom that the global consultancy worked on with Trillian, a local firm that was then controlled by Gupta family associates.
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