KPMG’s Caroline Wöstmann retained her status as ultra-marathon champion when she defended her title Two Oceans Marathon title.
KPMG has published its inaugural Africa Incentive Survey (2016), which contains useful information for business across 28 countries on the continent.
KPMG in South Africa has been ranked as South Africa's top employer for business students for the fourth year in a row by Universum’s “World’s Most Attractive Employer” survey.
KPMG has been appointed as the Worldwide Barclays Group auditor and consequently we are required, by International Auditing Standards Independence rules, to terminate our long standing banking relationship with the ABSA Group.
The country continues to face the most severe drought in over two decades, where five out of the nine provinces – namely the Free State, KwaZulu-Natal, Mpumalanga, Limpopo and the North West.
South Africa’s “#FeesMustFall” protests, demanding the right to quality and accessible education, produced an unprecedented movement of student activism that rapidly swept across the country’s university campuses and cities.
Auto connectivity and digitalisation is the number one key trend through to 2025: KPMG International Global Automotive Executive Survey shows
KPMG’s commitment to promote the renewable energy sector is making notable strides in the sector across South Africa.
Strategic advice, subject matter expertise, flexibility and delivery of commitments cited by clients as strengths.
Comrades and Two Oceans Marathon winner, Caroline Wostmann will be defending her titles in the colours of the KPMG Running Club in 2016. She is joined by young, exiting and upcoming talent and an Olympic Marathon qualifier.
KPMG in South Africa is proud to announce its cap sponsorship of Thomas Aiken for the week of the Nedbank Golf Challenge.
Now in its 15th year, the KPMG-SAVCA Private Equity Industry Survey represents over 90 percent of total South African private equity funds by value.
KPMG in South Africa announces the appointment of Michael Rudnicki as the head of Private Equity (PE), effective 1 September 2015.
KPMG recently won three prestigious international awards.
While insurance executives overwhelmingly know that innovation will drive future competitive advantage and growth, most seem to be struggling to kindle the spark within their organisation.
The Enactus World Cup will be held for the first time ever on African soil. October 14 – 16 will see the Sandton Convention Centre showcasing not only some of South Africa’s best and brightest young minds.
The 2015 edition of the annual KPMG Insurance Survey has revealed that the short-term insurance industry’s performance remains under pressure continuing the trend for the third consecutive year.
This third annual Top of Mind survey from KPMG and The CGF focuses on what is top of mind for senior decision makers in the consumer food, drink, goods and retail industry globally.
Elite trail athlete, Landie Greyling from KPMG Running Club is travelling to Mauritius to defend her Xtreme Dodo Trail title on Sunday, 26 July.
In a major new study released by KPMG International, which tracks insights on the coming three years, chief executives of global businesses said they are confident about the ability of their companies to grow over the next three years.