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KPMG SA bosses quit after probe into Gupta work

KPMG LLP  has said the head of its South African office and seven other senior executives have quit after an internal investigation found that work done for the politically connected Gupta family fell “considerably short” of the auditing firm’s...

Top stakeholders converge at Joburg Indaba

Financial services firm KPMG has partnered with the Joburg Indaba, where more a host of mining executives convene on Wednesday and Thursday, to facilitate the development of a shared vision for change. The firm aims to connect with mining...

Grindrod, Northwest to build 590km Zambian railway

A new 590km Cape gauge railway from Chingola in the Zambian Copperbelt to the Angolan border is to be built, operated and maintained by Grindrod Mauritius in association with Zambia’s Northwest Rail Company. The estimated capital cost of the first...

Why mining still matters in SA: 7 big reasons

KPMG will bring together key stakeholders at a special session at the Mining Indaba on Tuesday 4 February 2014. Here Wayne Jansen, KPMG’s Global Head of Mining, looks at why mining is still so important to the South African  economy: In South...

Top four issues affecting SA mining: KPMG

KPMG will bring together key stakeholders at a special session at the Mining Indaba on Tuesday 4 February 2014. Here Wayne Jansen, KPMG’s Global Head of Mining, elaborates on the four major issues affecting the South African mining industry at...

AMCU platinum strike to loom over Mining Indaba

The AMCU strike at three of South Africa’s top platinum producers is likely to dominate the debate at the Mining Indaba from 3 to 6 February in Cape Town. The strike action comes as the South African mining industry faces increasing pressure due to...