KPMG has been trying to put its troubled past behind it, vacating one of the trademark buildings it occupied after it lost clients and more than a third of its staff. But the fallout from auditing irregularities still hangs over it as the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (Irba) probe of the firm continues.

Irba spokesperson Lorraine van Schalkwyk said this week that the board is continuing with investigations of KPMG individuals implicated in wrongdoing.

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