Distributed throughout Africa, KPMG’s premier thought-leadership magazine, New Frontiers, offers a thought-provoking insight into the opportunities and challenges that organisations and industries encounter.
In this edition, we pay tribute to our beloved former president and father of our democratic nation, Nelson Rohihlahla Mandela. He
The Spring 2012 edition of NewFrontiers, our premier publication for KPMG clients in Africa, provides insight into key topics for organisations doing business in Africa.
In this edition, you can read more about the World Economic Forum on Africa 2013, the importance of mobile banking for financial inclusion in Africa, IFRS Consolidation suite and the role of women in economic decision-making
According to various reputable forecasters,the African economy is expected to grow by more than 5% during 2012/13, while its total Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is expected to reach US$2.6 trillion by the year 2020.
In the Summer 2011 issue of NewFrontiers, you can read about the continent’s place in a new economic climate, how the Complexity of doing business in Africa increases, the Carbon Chasm report and much more.
In the Spring 2011 issue of NewFrontiers, you can read how the complexity of African urbanisation can be unravelled, how India and Africa are increasing their business reach, why innovative financing for development is a must, and much more.
In this edition, you can read more about doing business in Africa, the road to COP17 in Durban, the mining industry, B-BBEE targets, the South African proposal for health sector reform, the seventh wave of M&A and much more!
In the Summer 2010 edition of NewFrontiers, you can read more about KPMG’s refreshed brand, how the market is responding to BEE fronting, how risk appetite is the heart of an organisation, preventative hacking and so much more!
In this issue we discuss growth and development in a post World Cup™ South Africa, the integration challenge of governance, risk and compliance and we showcase the leading 100 infrastructure projects from around the world.
In this issue we take a closer look at the bankability of Infrastructure, the challenges and successes in Black Economic Empowerment and explore the predictions and expectation of the economic landscape beyond 2010.
The Summer 2009 edition of NewFrontiers, our premier magazine for sharing with Africa’s leaders our understanding of today’s challenges, is now available.
This issue offers a snapshot of the economic downturn and how different industries are grappling with it, there’s a look at the critical role of Public-Private Partnerships in infrastructure and the implications of the new Companies Act.