KPMG appoints new chair and independent director

Audit firm KPMG has announced the appointment of Prof Wiseman Nkuhlu as chairperson of the board, and Ansie Ramalho as independent director on the board, in a move to 'strengthen the governance and leadership of the firm'.

The organisation has come under fire since the Gupta leaks revealed its questionable role in helping the controversial family use state funds to pay for a lavish wedding at Sun City.

Eyewitness News reporter Gia Nicolaides has more.

They both start and assume their roles effective on the 1st of March.

Gia Nicolaides, EWN reporter

I think that since KPMG sacked its leadership last year, everything has been focused on rebuilding the firm, something the professor says he looks forward to doing alongside with the board and the CEO.

Gia Nicolaides, EWN reporter

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