The company confirmed the appointment of Ignatius Sehoole as executive president on Wednesday.
KPMG's Johannesburg offices. Image: kpmg.co.za
JOHANNESBURG – KPMG South Africa said Ignatius Sehoole was confident that it would turn out to be an influential and supervised audit firm.
The company confirmed the appointment of its board on Wednesday to protect customers after various political scandals.
Sehoole, former deputy general manager of PwC's local unit, will be taken over from Nhlamulo Dlomu, who left the company a year later to restore its reputation.
Wiseman Nkuhlu, head of KPMG, said that Sehoole's appointment was part of transforming the organization.
Rol Our culture, which we are engaged in transforming into a series of engagement processes, will enable them to be under the leadership of a leader in ethical behavior and quality processes. We start to grow and grow steadily over a period of 12 to 13 months. "
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