A former KPMG partner responsible for auditing a Gupta-owned company flouted the elementary requirements of his job
The coveted qualification CA (SA) has been devalued in the wake of high-profile financial scandals involving accountants who remain members
A major portion of Resilient’s distributable earnings didn’t come from the underlying property rentals, but from other less reliable sources
The cause of property group Resilient’s current problems has an eerie link with the past
The bills critically fail to provide a blueprint for the central issue: how to fund this national health insurance
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Former DA leader Helen Zille’s shadow still looms large over the party
The Zuma era triggered a change in the way South Africans vote, leading to a number of DA-led coalitions at local level
The DA has grown consistently over the past decade, which has made it the senior partner in a number of coalition governments
Until last year the DA seemed on course to dramatically extend its power at the 2019 national elections
Can the continent’s foremost technology company overcome damage to its reputation and share price caused by dubious acquisitions?
A number of questionable investments made by the PIC during the last year of the Zuma government has brought the state investment company and its CEO Dan ...
The head of the Government Employees Pension Fund says the PIC has done a fine job of managing the fund’s assets — despite the controversy
After 100 days, the first rays of the ‘new dawn’ expected of Cyril Ramaphosa’s presidency can be seen
‘Cyril Watch’, compiled by a political risk consultancy, gives Ramaphosa 64% for his first 100 days
Repairing the damage to its reputation may be the biggest battle facing KPMG in the months ahead
Evidence of corruption at SA Express has remained almost entirely under wraps. Karyn Maughan lifts the lid on looting