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Business joins the fight against Ebola

KPMG in South Africa partnered with the Graca Machel Trust and various others to discuss business’ response to Ebola.
Modified date: 2014/11/26
Press release
 

The five successful habits for improving workforce motivation and productivity

As we examined the world’s healthcare systems to find best practices we identified five habits for improving workforce motivation and productivity| KPMG
Modified date: 2014/11/25
Business and industry issue
 

Funding NHI: A spoonful of sugar

KPMG in South Africa conducted research to establish whether the economic benefit of investing in healthcare outweighs the cost of increased taxes needed to fund NHI
Modified date: 2014/11/25
Survey report
 

A better pill to swallow

A KPMG Healthcare study has revealed that there are many more similarities than differences between national healthcare systems worldwide.
Modified date: 2014/11/25
Business and industry issue
 

Too costly to ignore - A KPMG report about violence against women in South Africa

It is well documented that South Africa has one of the highest rates of gender-based violence (GBV) in the world. But until now what has been less well documented is the economic cost to society of these horrific and unacceptable levels of violence.
Modified date: 2014/09/18
Survey report
 

Violence against women costs the country R28.4 billion

Gender-based violence (GBV), and in particular violence against women, has increasingly made headlines across the world in the recent year.
Modified date: 2014/09/17
Press release
 

South Africa needs to industrialise to reach National Development Plan (NDP) targets

Without adequate policy frameworks and planning aimed at adapting the South African economy from ‘consumption based’ to ‘industrialised’, the country will continue on this path of slower growth.
Modified date: 2014/07/31
Press release
 

2013 Black Economic Empowerment Survey

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.
Modified date: 2014/07/30
Survey report
 

Companies face BEE rating decrease

KPMG survey shows BEE goals partially met and probes effects of revised codes.
Modified date: 2014/07/24
Press release
 

Global Lessons in eHealth implementation

Report: Healthcare sector lessons in eHealth implementation – KPMG
Modified date: 2014/06/26
Business and industry issue
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