SAP on the findings of its Gupta 'kickbacks' probe

German business software giant SAP admitted on Thursday that it had made payments to Gupta-linked companies and uncovered irregularities in the “management of third parties” and adherence to its compliance processes. The Walldorf-headquartered company said it has now finalised an investigation into contracts with Eskom and Transnet and found no evidence of payments to any employees of those companies or to any government officials. Listen as SAP executive board member Adaire Fox-Martin updates media on the outcome of the investigation and takes questions from journalists.