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KPMG in South Africa

"In my encounter with peers and leaders from other entities, it is increasingly clear that the issue of fewer women in leadership roles is a phenomenon that continues to be seen. This is despite measures that have been introduced to manage this issue in support of women already in these roles and to level the playing field for others to come.

The detail that is encapsulated in this report without a doubt portrays an evolving landscape for women in leadership in South African businesses, that can in fact offer sustainability for businesses while captivating innovation. It is encouraging, however, that South Africa is highlighted as one of the countries that are leading in creating a conducive environment that will enable progress in this area.

With women continuing to face substantial challenges in attaining leadership positions and board representation, despite South Africa's progressive constitution and efforts to promote gender equality, an urgent need for concerted efforts to address gender disparities in leadership is required." - Ignatius Sehoole CEO KPMG Southern Africa & Africa Chairman

KPMG in Mauritius

2023-2024 Annual Mauritius Budget

The economic context in which the Minister of Finance presented the 2023-2024 Budget speech entitled "To Dare and To Care", stands in sheer contrast with the conditions that prevailed during the recent past budgets

Tax & Legal News Alert

KPMG in Zambia

National Pension Scheme Authority Penalty Waiver The National Pension Scheme Authority (NAPSA) has introduced a penalty waiver for all penalties running for two years from 8th January 2024 to 7th January 2026. 

KPMG in Mozambique

Both annual country thought leaderships were launched in December last year.

2022 KPMG Mozambique Banking Survey State of the Economy: There was a modest recovery in the economy in 2021 after the country saw its first economic contraction in nearly 30 years during 2020 amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.      

2022 Top 100 Companies in Mozambique The survey is published annually, and its main objective is to encourage transparency, award excellence and competitiveness amaongst the companies operating in the country, as a way to ignite improvements within the market.

KPMG in Zimbabwe

KPMG’s Audit Committee Institute (ACI) provides audit committee and board members with practical insights, resources, and peer-exchange opportunities focused on strengthening oversight of financial reporting and audit quality, and the array of challenges facing boards and businesses today – from risk management and emerging technologies to strategy and global compliance.

KPMG in Namibia

Driving a Sustainable Future

2024/2025 Budget Speech Highlights

Finance Minister Ipumbu Shiimi presented the 2024/25 Namibia Budget Statement with the theme “Continuing the legacy of H. E. Dr. Hage G. Geingob by caring for the Namibian child”.

Budget Focus

The budget for the fiscal year 2024/25 is designed with a focus on three key policy pillars aimed at driving economic growth and stability. Firstly, it prioritizes stimulating domestic demand by implementing measures to enhance household incomes and foster an environment conducive to business expansion. Secondly, it emphasizes accelerating investments in critical public infrastructure to address infrastructure deficits and meet the needs of a growing population.

KPMG in Botswana

The Honourable Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Ms Peggy O. Serame presented the 2024/2025 Budget Proposals to the National Assembly on 5 February 2024.

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