Both Shabalala and Govind have been with the firm for years and now have director roles in growing KPMG’s IT services business in KZN ‒ Shabalala on the Management Consulting side and Govind in charge of the IT Advisory division.
The appointment of the two 34-year-old directors brings KPMG’s black ownership in terms of number of partners to over 25 percent and black female ownership to over 10 percent, bearing testament to the firm’s commitment to create a culture of inclusion which allows all employees to be successful.
“Our commitment to transformation is underpinned by our values. Our sustainable realisation of this is underpinned by our growth strategy.” says Devon Duffield, KPMG’s Executive Director of Transformation.
Read the full story as published in The Mercury on Thursday 4 October 2012.