Certain sections of the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPI) came into effect on 11 April 2014. The relevant sections deal with the establishment of the information regulator, amongst others.
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.
The taxation of share incentive scheme benefits has been the subject of a whopping eighteen binding rulings published on the SARS website. It will be no surprise if there is more detail in the 2014 budget.
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.
KPMG has been ranked as South Africa's top employer for business students for a second year in a row by Universum’s “World’s Most Attractive Employer” survey!
Reporting on corporate responsibility (CR) is now a standard business practice worldwide, undertaken by almost three quarters (71 percent) of companies, according to the 2013 KPMG Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting.
Underdeveloped infrastructure and infrastructure spending deficit remains a major obstacle to growth for Africa and this could not be truer than for the mining sector – plagued by insufficient pit-to-port infrastructure.
The 2014 annual Budget Speech will be presented by Minister Pravin Gordhan on 26 February 2014. The contents of the Speech are considered to be critical in the run up to the general election that will be held later this year.
27 January 2014; News of AMCU’s strike at three platinum mines comes as the South Africa mining industry faces increasing pressure due to, amongst others, decreasing productivity and the continued devaluation of the rand.
KPMG confirms that it is a Respondent with the Competition Commission in urgent Application proceedings before the High Court that have been launched by Netcare Hospitals.
KPMG International (KPMG) today announced record-high aggregated revenues of US$23.42 billion for the fiscal year ended 30 September 2013, representing a 3.7% increase in local currency terms over the previous year.
It is with deep respect and humility that KPMG acknowledges the passing of our first democratically elected President, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela... Madiba... Tata.
Forensic accounting may not sound like an exciting line of work, but as early as 1993 KPMG has led the industry in this field.
In October 2013, KPMG South Africa successfully launched several initiatives in the education space, entrenching their commitment to caring for communities.