Have the Hawks really started their SAP investigation?
Hangwani Mulaudzi, Hawks spokesperson had his tongue tied while speaking to Karima Brown about the Hawks’ investigation into global software company SAP’s misconduct admission.
SAP announced that it has reported itself to US authorities and taken action against three employees for multi-million rand payments made to a Gupta-linked company.
Leaked emails have shown that SAP signed commission agreements with the company in order to secure contracts with state-owned entities.
The Hawks then confirmed that legal processes are underway to start co-operating with international law enforcement agencies on the state capture investigation.
Asked on when the timeline for the investigation into SAP, Mulaudzi said he can’t give the details.
Karima, I cannot get into that. We have been investigating and we want to go to Germany and the US.Hangwani Mulaudzi, Hawks spokesperson
The brigadier refused to get into the details and kept insisting that the matter still has to be dealt with in court.
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