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No one should get away with fraud

From intentionally erased emails to deleted SMSes; through techniques using forensic technology, no one should […]

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Growing factionalism and a looming vote of ‘no confidence’

According to Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, and other political allies, former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan […]

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Spotlight on a Forensic Intern: Caitlin Murphy

One of the things I cannot deny is the certainty that there is a big […]

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Building the future: Strategic CSI initiative

KPMG is an active member of the Business Women’s Association (BWA) with Farzanah Mall, KPMG […]

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Spotlight on a Forensic Intern: Thapelo Mogashoa

Growing up I was always intrigued by the thought of solving mysterious! When I was […]

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Forensic Technology: Electronic Discovery Management

New technologies, increasing volumes of data, lowering cost of storage media and the rising trend […]

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Technology a key fraud enabler

Technology is a significant enabler for a quarter (24%) of the 750 fraudsters investigated by […]

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Spotlight on a Forensic Intern: Nicole Botha

I look back fondly on the younger version of myself and my dream of being […]

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We look forward to our discussion at 18h00 on Wednesday, March 11

The human behaviour element

By: Estelle Wickham, KPMG Forensic Senior Manager ”No one single person, entity or body can […]

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Fraud Risk Management procedures can support the prevention and detection of fraud

By: Shirley Ivason-Wagener, KPMG Partner in Forensic Auditors and management are not solely responsible to […]

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