KPMG is a professional services company and one of the Big Four auditors.


21 May 2020

KPMG's Ignatius Sehoole: Rebuilding trust in the audit profession isn't down to the auditors alone

Ignatius Sehoole was appointed as CEO of KPMG South Africa in June last year, and given the challenging task of rebuilding and restoring trust to the Public and the SA business community and the audit profession more broadly as well. Ignatius is tackling the challenge head on, and while there are very specific steps he's taking within KPMG's walls, he believes that public trust in the audit profession must be rebuilt by every individual involved in the financial reporting space.

08 November 2019

University of Johannesburg's Nolwazi Mamorare: The power of purpose

During the 2015 #feesmustfall student campaign, the University of Johannesburg (UJ) lost only one academic day to the protest. This was because UJ was ahead of the game in financially supporting its students, owing, in large part, to the efforts of the team lead by Nolwazi Mamorare, who is today the university's CFO. She spoke to Georgina Guedes about the kind of difference that can be made if you have the will to do so.

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KPMG South Africa is a professional services firm currently comprising of 148 partners and 2 169 colleagues, supported by an international network that comprises more than 207 000 people. The origins of KPMG South Africa go back to 1895 and through organic growth and strategic mergers, we have grown into one of the largest Audit, Tax and Advisory firms in the region, offering a wide-range of services to clients in the private and public sectors. There are over 10 000 KPMG South Africa alumni who are business leaders in all sectors of the South African economy.