South Africa's #Gupta Scandal Claims More Execs

The new CEO of the South African branch of an international auditing and consulting firm has vowed to clean house after the company was implicated in the scandals around President Jacob Zuma's friends, the Guptas. The development comes days after a high-profile British PR firm which worked for the Guptas collapsed as a consequence of its unethical behaviour.

 

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Nhlamu Dlomu, KPMG's new South African CEO: “My first order of business will be to build a management team committed ... ethics and integrity... My pledge and promise to the country is that we can and will regain the public’s confidence.”

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