Tuesday, July 4, 2017
After the Gupta wedding and the SARS ‘Rogue Unit’ report fiascos: What future for KPMG in South Africa?
The fallout from KPMG’s association with the Gupta-owned Linkway Trading, implicated in laundering R30-million in public funds to pay for the family’s 2013 Sun City nuptials extravaganza continued this week as former KPMG Africa CE, Moses Kgosana, resigned from his new job as chairman of Alexander Forbes. Past accusations that KPMG copied and pasted findings of an investigation conducted for SARS on the so-called “rogue unit” and which cost taxpayers R23-million have also resurfaced. That investigation recommended that Pravin Gordhan be probed. What should happen to KPMG South Africa? By MARIANNE THAMM
COMMENTS BY SONNY COX
in any Civilised Country these criminal elements would have been declared undesirable persons and have been deported back to india!
jacob zuma should have been granted the option to leave with them!