Consumer Credit Insurance

The National Treasury of South Africa recently released a “Technical Report on The Consumer Credit Insurance Market in South Africa” which reviews the regulatory framework and market structure for consumer credit insurance (CCI) policies that are sold with, or linked to, consumer credit. It considers several proposals to enhance the existing regulatory framework to achieve […]

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KPMG BEE Survey Results 2013

We are once again pleased to present the findings of our 2013 Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Survey. By means of this survey, we continue to evaluate the challenges faced by organisations in the current legislative environment, and how the new regulation will be implemented. In this review, we have sought to understand how different industries […]

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KPMG PLAYS VITAL ROLE IN FIGHT AGAINST CRIME

KPMG has played a very significant role in the fight against corruption in Swaziland through carrying out a number of forensic audits, invariably at very short notice. This was said by Prime Minister Barnabas Dlamini during the cocktail party hosted at Royal Swazi Spa Convention Centre on Wednesday evening. He said a strong auditing profession […]

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Gender Based Violence a Societal Expense

Gender Based Violence (GBV) is one of the social issues that pose a significant challenge for South Africa and one that receives the most negative media attention. However it is difficult to estimate its true societal cost. KPMG South Africa’s Human and Social Services practice is in the process of analysing the full costs associated with […]

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Twitterview with #KPMGForensic – Paperless Investigation

Our fifth week of the modern forensic practice series saw us discussing a paperless investigation over a TwitterView. The conversation was driven by Herman De Beer – Head of Forensic SA and Kajen Subramoney – Associate Director using #KPMGForensic TwitterView with Herman De Beer and Kajen Subramoney Q. You have previously referred to “The Paperless […]

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Levelling the playing fields – Demarcation

Without a doubt, one of the most important priorities for insurers is to stay on top of regulatory changes. Demarcation regulations has now been introduced to ensure that health insurance products are clearly separated from medical schemes. The question is why? This demarcation is necessary as health insurance products, underwritten by competitive and commercially driven […]

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The Future of Procurement

KPMG interviewed 25 senior Chief Procurement Officers (CPOs) and procurement executives in an effort to define the concept of delivering procurement in a complex world. These CPO’s shared their thoughts on how the procurement landscape is expected to look like in 2025, as well as identify success factors required to achieve the 2025 vision. Using […]

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The War for Talent – Time to change direction

Skills shortages are set to increase as globalisation and competitive pressures take hold across sectors and industries. This according to a recent global survey of more than 350 People and Change practitioners from across the global network of KPMG member firms. Respondents highlighted the evolved landscape of the war for talent which speaks to skills shortage. […]

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