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The University of Johannesburg's finance department has recently teamed up with KPMG to implement ethical and anti-corruption practice in the workplace.
KPMG has noted a new trend in relation to business fraud which poses a serious risk of significant financial loss.
KPMG has once again been rated as a AAA, Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor.
As leaders and young people around the world are acutely aware, youth unemployment levels are already disturbingly high and the problem is getting worse.
The 2014 KPMG and SAVCA Venture Capital and Private Equity Industry Performance Survey indicates increasing investor appetite for private equity, with the asset class expanding by 17% in 2013 to reach R162.2 billion in funds under management.
KPMG research has found that sub-Saharan Africa is the fastest-growing mobile market in the world, and demand is projected to continue growing at close to this rate.
Manufacturers Look to Improve Profitable Growth through Innovation, Collaboration and Supply Chain Integration: KPMG Outlook Forecasts an ‘Era of Disruptive Complexity’
The power of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment in bringing us all together – a shared vision of a golden opportunity.
Water is a scarce resource on most of the African continent. Inaccessibility to water in Africa, as well as insufficient models for sustainable management, will present ever-increasing challenges in the future if not addressed.
KPMG partners with Youth Managers to inspire positive change through transformational leadership at the Youth Managers Leadership Seminar, held in Parktown on 17 March.
The top priority for today’s car buyers is a longer-lasting vehicle with low fuel consumption. This was one of the findings of KPMG’s 15th annual Global auto survey, Strategies for a Fast-Evolving Market.
Proposed changes to insurance accounting standard must be tackled as a board level issue
KPMG International has announced that John B. Veihmeyer has been selected by its board of directors as KPMG’s next Global Chairman, to succeed Michael Andrew who is retiring after serving as Global Chairman since May 2011.
KPMG unpacks the Tax changes in the Budget Speech and highlights the complex and challenging environment in which corporates need to manage their taxation affairs going forward.
According to the 2013 KPMG Cross-Border Investigations survey of sixty global executives, ninety percent indicated that the number of cross-border investigations have either increased or remained the same over the last year.