Questions to Siemens


Following the October noseweek report on how bribery and corruption became entrenched business practice at Siemens, one of the world’s biggest industrial companies (and a multi-billion rand contract ...

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Submitted by : David Claase of Johannesburg on 2009-11-01 12:31:38
Ed - isn't there merit in pursuing a PAIA request for documents from the local operation?

Editor's Note
Yeah, we could follow that route, but corrupt corporations know how to play it to their favour. It would take at least three months for them to claim some 'trade secret', but don't worry, sometimes lack of response to simple questions is admission of guilt, at least in the court of public opinion. But at Noseweek, we go the extra mile to get the answers, keep reading.
 
Submitted by : Gary Drimie of Jeffreys Bay on 2009-10-30 13:26:46
Wow, wouldn't we all like to see who the South African consultancy relationships are? I bet there are some very rich ANC or other political party officials kakking themselves big time, for when this becomes public knowledge, and it will, sooner or later, the German authorities will get to the truth eventually, I am sure. Viva the truth, for it will not set them free, but jail them.

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