A Gupta-linked company reportedly helped a Chinese company to get a massive Transnet contract.
The affidavit contains the names of at least 14 other people,
The DBSA is reportedly at the forefront of a group of lenders who threatened to revoke their loans to Eskom unless it acted.
There were some ordinary South Africans who did not capitulate to the Guptas' wishes and tried to do the right thing.
Reports suggest that the Guptas helped the software company secure state tenders.
Evidence of graft piling against multinational companies named in the Gupta emails might have more to answer to than just local laws.
Nine companies are now implicated in Transnet kickback payments to the Guptas, why the ANC is staying silent on death threats against Makhosi Khoza and the Pope says we must stop whining.
Two more companies, based in Switzerland and China, have been added to the list of companies implicated in dodgy Transnet dealings linked to Gupta companies.
"The cranes that are being supplied to the ports from [Shanghai Zhenhua] are with Guptas. Ask Liebherr."
The company could be liable for prosecution in Germany should authorities decide to investigate.