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Emerging Markets : Infrastructure100

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.
Modified date: 2014/11/26
Video
 

New KPMG report spotlights 100 world-class infrastructure projects

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.
Modified date: 2014/11/24
Press release
 

DealSpace: East Africa

KPMG's quarterly newsletter, Dealspace, provides insights on recent trends and expected developments in M&A and investment activities across Africa.
Modified date: 2014/10/24
Business and industry issue
 

2012 Cost of Capital and Impairment Testing Study

KPMG in South Africa released its Cost of Capital Impairment Testing Study: 2012 in which 42 South African companies participated.
Modified date: 2014/07/09
Survey report
 

Unlocking the Value of Social Investment

This edition of Sustainable Insight explores corporate and foundation approaches to measuring and reporting social investment, and presents a framework for better measurement and reporting.
Modified date: 2014/05/23
Business and industry issue
 

Revision of the BEE Codes - Revision of Attitude

The Broad-Based Black Economic Act and its Codes, gazetted in 2007, are said to have achieved a measure of success. However, the legislation has also received much criticism from organisations, politicians and the public.
Modified date: 2014/03/26
Business and industry issue
 

Leveraging BEE

Organisations that fail to capitalise on the synergies afforded them through proper planning and implementation of BEE are ultimately handing out competitive advantage to their proactive counterparts.
Modified date: 2013/08/30
Business and industry issue
 

Telecommunication regulation in Africa

African telcos, particularly mobile phone operators, have experienced phenomenal growth. Despite this growth, accessibility has remained very low.
Modified date: 2013/07/09
Business and industry issue
 

Back to the basics...what operators look out for

Telco-Tracker Issue 6 looks at what persuades telecom operators to invest in certain countries and not in others. It also summarises recent events in African telecoms.
Modified date: 2013/07/09
Business and industry issue
 

Integrated healthcare emerging as a priority

The combination of changing patterns in healthcare demand and rising costs are driving a trend towards the integration of healthcare services in both developed and developing countries.
Modified date: 2013/07/09
Press release; Survey report
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