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Khaya Sithole | KPMG’s audit panacea – a sign of things to come?

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KPMG’s decision this week to abandon the dual-spectrum mandate in relation to its listed clients represents a bold and unexpected move, says Khaya Sithole. 


Just seven days ago, as the country was deliberating and speculating on what the State of the Nation Address (SONA) would contain, Yunus Carrim chaired the latest parliamentary committee meeting focusing on developments in the auditing profession.

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