General advisory publications and related articles.
Big data, cyber security and gamification will be all the hype in 2015, says KPMG's Frank Rizzo.
While family businesses have the unique characteristics of a family, they like other companies are often in search of financing to propel growth.
ACROSS the world, societies are grappling with poverty and noninclusive growth, and the yawning global inequality gap has come sharply into mainstream discussion.
The latest report Over the horizon: How corporate counsel are crossing frontiers to address new challenges, is a follow-up to the 2012 General Counsel (GC) survey taking a closer look at the broadening role of GC.
Responses from survey participants reveal a year-on-year decrease in the average B-BBEE score, in comparison to 2012, according to the recent findings of the annual 2013 KPMG BEE Survey.
In the ICT space, the rapid growth of Africa’s mobile market has been lauded as a notable success in the continent’s development in the technology space.
KPMG notes that State-owned rail operators Transnet and the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa’s (Prasa’s) investments, collectively valued at more than R430-billion, offer significant localisation opportunities for South Africa.
Going beyond the data: Achieving actionable insights from data and analytics reveals a stark disconnect between C-suite executives who realize the value of big data, but are unsure of how to effectively implement and manage their existing resources.
Frank Rizzo, Partner, KPMG in South Africa, explains how recent advances in analytics have created unparalleled opportunities for Africa's businesses and governments to learn more about their customers, their targets and themselves.
Policy uncertainty and internal structural challenges plague South Africa’s growth potential.
In this issue: GDP growth in Q2, local and global pressures on the Rand, and the effect of strikes in South Africa.
City leaders need to give critical consideration to sustainability mega-forces in their long-term urban planning
KPMG is the proud lead sponsor of the Third Forum on Anti-Corruption in Southern Africa: Minimising Bribery Risks and Exposure to Complex and Costly Global Government Investigations.
In this issue: concerns surrounding South Africa’s trade deficit; GDP growth forecast; economic change and modification
The South African derivatives market is facing a game-changing industry shake-up that looks set to fundamentally change its operational structure.