We should try to understand the reasons for the violence against foreigners, but we must never sweep it under the carpet, writes Martin Schäfer.
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One of the lessons KPMG has learnt in the aftermath of suffering major reputational damage is to check whether employees are living beyond their means, according to CEO Ignatius Sehoole.
KPMG South Africa has released a 45-page report laying out the measures it adopted as it tries to recover from the reputational damage it suffered after the revelation of irregular audit practices by some of its partners.
Ignatius Sehoole, ex-SAICA head and KPMG's new CEO, shed light on reforms at the company and the auditing profession more generally.
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