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KPMG International today announced record-high aggregated network revenues of US$24.82 billion for the fiscal year ending 30 September 2014, representing a 6.3% increase in local currency terms over the previous year.
KPMG in South Africa partnered with the Graca Machel Trust and various others to discuss business’ response to Ebola.
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.
A well designed Anti-Bribery & Corruption (ABC) compliance programme usually comprises of a number of prevention, detection and response elements, but many ABC due-diligence plans fail to involve the information technology (IT) department.
Business can produce more social value and become more profitable, says KPMG.
KPMG launches the Advisory CA(SA) Training Programme, which offers aspirant professionals the opportunity to gain their full Chartered Accountant (SA) qualification through a career path in Advisory.
Road and rail networks are the backbone of any economy, however, they are also one of the most important assets in terms of sheer monetary value.
Proving that partnerships between the public and private sectors can combat high numbers of unemployed graduates through work-integrated learning and preparation.
Companies need a better understanding of the value they create for society in order to protect and create corporate value, according to A New Vision of Value, a global report published today by KPMG International.
Gender-based violence (GBV), and in particular violence against women, has increasingly made headlines across the world in the recent year.
The proliferation of connected devices has resulted in the exponential increase of real-time data. But data on its own means very little if proper analytics does not take place.
KPMG is proud to announce the opening of our new Stellenbosch office at 20 Krige Street (off Dorp Street).
The short-term insurance industry in South Africa has performed at significantly lower levels compared to last year. This is according to the 17th annual KPMG Insurance Survey.
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.
KPMG survey shows BEE goals partially met and probes effects of revised codes.