Three years on, legal woes over state capture and VBS continue to plague KPMG SA

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KPMG SA says the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA) is investigating another former partner who was also a director. Photo: Getty Images
KPMG SA says the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA) is investigating another former partner who was also a director. Photo: Getty Images

More than three years into KPMG SA's struggle to clean up its image, the legal woes faced by some of its former and current partners are refusing to go away. 

The auditing firm released its third voluntary integrated and transparency report on Wednesday. 

KPMG SA began compiling this report for the public to prove its transparency after bringing in the country's first black chartered accountant, Professor Wiseman Nkuhlu, as its chairman to help it win public trust again. 

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