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SARS recently announced that certain changes were introduced to the ITR14 in respect of the 2014 year of assessment.
KPMG International today announced record-high aggregated network revenues of US$24.82 billion for the fiscal year ending 30 September 2014, representing a 6.3% increase in local currency terms over the previous year.
Mobile payments have long been the hot topic in financial services that generates much media hype but ultimately fails to take off.
KPMG in South Africa partnered with the Graca Machel Trust and various others to discuss business’ response to Ebola.
While the emerging markets may represent a frontier for private finance in infrastructure, a lack of funds, inadequate planning, and unstable political environments have limited the availability of projects that could attract private capital.
In line with other countries in the world, South Africa has detailed REIT tax legislation in place, which was introduced with effect for tax years of assessment commencing on or after 1 April 2013.
Listen to the interview conducted by Michael Avery from Classic FM, on Twin Peaks which explores the reason as to why a twin peaks model of regulation, what it is and what does it mean.
New KPMG report spotlights 100 world-class infrastructure projects that balance solving problems of society today while preparing for demands of the future – and eleven of them are in Africa.
At KPMG we have been exploring what the future might look like as the industry embraces digital technologies and starts to harness the full value of the vast amounts of data now available to it.
A well designed Anti-Bribery & Corruption (ABC) compliance programme usually comprises of a number of prevention, detection and response elements, but many ABC due-diligence plans fail to involve the information technology (IT) department.