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Johannesburg, 20 January 2018 - In November 2017, the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) convened what is now known as the “Ntsebeza Inquiry” [also referred to as the Inquiry] with the aim that it should investigate, independently, allegations that some of its members who were/are employed by KPMG, had allegedly engaged in conduct in contravention of the SAICA Code of Professional Conduct. This followed the emergence of claims relating to unethical and unprofessional conduct in relation to audit work carried out by KPMG for both public and private sector clients and the South African Revenue Service.


Durban, Wednesday 17 January 2018 – Passing matric is tough. Achieving distinctions in all your subjects is even tougher. Doing all this when your school has been named ‘the worst school in the province’, is a triumph.


Johannesburg, Wednesday 17 January 2018 – With so much pressure already on learners in their matric year, parents often worry that if they let their children take part in events outside of the school curriculum, they will place unnecessary additional stress on them. But the 2017 matric results reveal that often just the opposite is the case! Take the following example:

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