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Transparency and accountability get a boost from government

All the darkness in the world cannot extinguish the light of single a candle. – […]

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Special voluntary disclosure: More stick than carrot?

The special voluntary disclosure programme (SVDP) – an effort that will allow taxpayers with undisclosed […]

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The importance of power in sub-Saharan Africa

KPMG’s Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) Power Outlook 2016 is the third edition in our series of […]

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What do we have in Common with the 2015 European Green Capital?

KPMG has been taken into confidence by the City of Bristol who have recently won […]

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Why study the cost of GBV?

While GBV is terrible enough in its own right to justify policy interventions. Our study […]

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Recommendations for fighting Gender-Based Violence ( GBV )

While South African data on GBV is limited, the KPMG study, “Too costly to ignore […]

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The parallels between HIV/AIDS and Gender-Based Violence (GBV).

Violence against women and their children is a profound problem and addressing it is one […]

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Water: Regional Institutional Realignment

The overall trusteeship of the water value chain is with the Minister of Water Affairs. […]

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Water Resource Equitable Allocation

South Africa is a semi-arid, water stressed country, with an average rainfall of about 450mm, […]

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NON-REVENUE WATER

Last week we discussed water scarcity and how it  has become one of the most […]

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