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    1. South Africa's finmin calls for criminal probe into KPMG

      Reuters via Yahoo Finance11 hours ago

      JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African law enforcement agencies should investigate KPMG [KPMG.UL] after the global auditor sacked its local leadership over work done for business ...

    2. A South African business lobby group suspended KPMG [KPMG.UL] from membership on Friday, citing the "gravity" of its conduct over the auditor's work for business friends of President ...

    3. The top leadership of South Africa’s ruling African National Congress is preparing to appoint a team to run party affairs in KwaZulu-Natal after the High Court annulled the election ...

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    5. After getting caught, KPMG has miraculously developed a conscience. KPMG has miraculously grown a conscience. It was now willing to fire its CEO and some senior managers, to reject its own findings ...

    6. South Africa's ruling African National Congress should discipline President Jacob Zuma for bringing the party into disrepute, housing minister and presidential hopeful Lindiwe ...

    7. KPMG South Africa wants an independent investigation into the firm's conduct to reassure employees and clients after a scandal involving its handling of audits for businessman ...

    8. Aiden Markram will make his debut for South Africa in the first Test against Bangladesh to be played at Senwes Park, Potchefstroom, from September 28 to October 2.

    9. South African Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba called on all government entities to consider reviewing their work programs with KPMG LLP’s local unit after the auditing firm found ...

    10. Business Leadership South Africa has suspended KPMG's membership, saying that it cannot ignore the gravity of the firm's conduct as it has become party to the project of state capture.

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