Controversy surrounding KMPG, Guptas continues

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File: There are calls for KPMG to face legal action over its dealings with the Guptas and its controversial findings over the SARS intelligence unit.

File: There are calls for KPMG to face legal action over its dealings with the Guptas and its controversial findings over the SARS intelligence unit.

WEB_PHOTO_KPMG_LOGO_16092017

File: There are calls for KPMG to face legal action over its dealings with the Guptas and its controversial findings over the SARS intelligence unit.

File: There are calls for KPMG to face legal action over its dealings with the Guptas and its controversial findings over the SARS intelligence unit.

JOHANNESBURG - The controversy involving embattled auditing firm KPMG and the Gupta family continues.

Leaked emails suggest KPMG helped the Guptas launder money.

News24 is reporting about three suspicious deals.

It says at least two transactions were used as a cover to bring dirty money home.

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The money allegedly originated from Transnet and the provincial government.

The report says suspicious foreign entities paid millions for shares in local shell companies.

In September, a number of KPMG executives resigned over audits involving Gupta businesses.