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The view that many South African companies are failing their stakeholders is supported by the ever increasing instances of strikes, corporate failures and exposed managerial frauds and misconduct.
This publication is intended to aid executives of listed entities with aspects of the JSE Listings Requirements and the FMA that are particularly relevant to directors and company secretaries.
This publication provides a country by country overview of the extractive industries and related stock exchange listing criteria in Africa.
KPMG's quarterly newsletter, Dealspace, provides insights on recent trends and expected developments in M&A and investment activities across Africa.
A KPMG overview of the considerations for listing, listing criteria, listing process, documentation requirements and continuing obligations relating to selected African exchanges.
KPMG Transactions & Restructuring Director, Boitumelo Ngutshane, talks about the key findings of this year’s BEE survey of the public and private sector
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.
South African M&A activity made a strong recovery in 2010, up 133% from 2009 and at the highest levels since 2008.
The international economy continues to be plagued with a number of unexpected and devastating events such as the crisis in the Middle East and the natural disasters that have hit Japan.
Mergers, acquisitions, distressed divestments, spin-offs, demergers, management buyouts, reverse mergers, leveraged buyouts, vertical integrations, hostile takeovers... The list goes on.
South Africa’s formal sector has yet to adopt an opportunistic attitude associated with business failure.
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.
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.
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.
This issue of Telco-Tracker offers a local perspective on issues such as private investment, convergence and Nigeria’s regulatory environment.