Public has just a few days left to have its say in Saica’s probe of KPMG’s Gupta and SARS work
The public has until Thursday to make submissions to the South African Institute of Chartered Accounts (Saica) for its inquiry into the conduct of KPMG employees and their apparent links in helping the Guptas allegedly capture the state. Saica on Friday reminded the public of the November 30 deadline for submissions to be made to the Ntsebeza inquiry. The inquiry‚ chaired by advocate Dumisa Ntsebeza‚ is looking into the conduct of any Saica members employed by KMPG SA‚ not only for assisting the Guptas‚ but also the role the company played in the so-called South African Revenue Service (SARS) rogue unit report. If implicated criminal investigations could follow.