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.
As a lead sponsor, KPMG in South Africa was pleased to host the launch of the South African Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) report in conjunction with the National Business Initiative (NBI).
The retail banking industry in South Africa is a highly competitive market. The depressed credit market coming out of the financial crisis of 2009 has resulted in local banks embarking on a more focused undertaking to increase revenue.
There are several reasons to be optimistic about Africa. According to a World Bank report, Sub-Saharan Africa’s annual Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth is expected to reach 5.6 percent by the end of 2013 and perhaps 6 percent in 2014.
KPMG International report reveals culprits are predominantly an employee colluding with others inside and outside their organization.
KPMG beat stiff competition to win the ITSMA (IT Services Marketing Association) Diamond Award for integrated social and digital marketing presented last night at a ceremony held in Boston.
KPMG’s 2013 Global Construction Survey shows effective risk management will be critical to staying afloat for the engineering and construction industry
After prolonged economic uncertainty, a majority of companies in the global engineering and construction sector have fresh confidence in the growth prospects for the industry, according to KPMG International’s 2013 Global Construction Survey.
KPMG is moving leaps and bounds in education development. In the past two weeks KPMG South Africa has organised successful developmental initiatives in the education space, entrenching their commitment to caring for communities.
Released in April 2013, the inaugural edition of the KPMG Africa-wide Banking Industry Customer Satisfaction Survey, reveals the triumphs and challenges of African banks as they battle to win customer satisfaction and seize marketshare.
Technology executives worldwide believe that the United States and China have the greatest potential to drive technology breakthroughs that will have a global impact in the next four years.
In 2013, KPMG undertook a ‘mystery shopping’ study on the $US770 billion global prepaid market to understand how mobile operators in various key markets across the world are performing in the area of customer experience.
City leaders need to give critical consideration to sustainability mega-forces in their long-term urban planning
Emerging economies around the world are focussed on innovation and developing new business models in the Healthcare sector
KPMG International’s Chairman Michael Andrew, has today announced a number of changes to KPMG’s Global Executive Team
Frequently Asked Questions of the Prestigious Internship Programme, launched 21 June 2013
The Department of Public Works and SAGDA have partnered with the Transport Education and Training Authority, KPMG, Nedbank and Old Mutual to provide employment for 64 graduates across the country
In a recent sector briefing, KPMG International examined how mining companies can leverage sustainable development to tackle resource constraints and socio-political challenges in remote areas in the world.
Long-term elder care among the priorities of national healthcare agendas worldwide