South Africa's Audit Firm KPMG Knee Deep as Legal Battle Looms

KPMG South Africa's woes are far from over as South African Revenue Service chief Tom Moyane threatens legal action after the revenue service was described as "incompetent, corrupt, inefficient and engaged in a witch-hunt" after a report on a "rogue unit". The report was later amended, and claimed that a top secret probe of government officials was authorised by then-commissioner Pravin Gordhan, who later became finance minister and was then fired. The parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Accounts is also calling on KPMG to appear before it to explain the various reports issued.



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