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Ex-KPMG exec quits Alexander Forbes after Gupta wedding claims

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Johannesburg - Moses Kgosana, who was set to take over as chairperson at Alexander Forbes [JSE:AFH], on Monday resigned from his role as non-executive director of the board of the financial services company.

This follows reports that during his time as chief executive and senior partner at audit firm KPMG, the audit firm allegedly knew of R30m worth of public money used to pay for a Gupta family wedding.

READ: KPMG denies knowing Guptas moved R30m for wedding

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