South Africans are paying more and getting less.
Business leaders say it's counter-intuitive to protest joblessness by forcing workers not to work.
Financial services firm KPMG found that in light of an anticipated recession, companies and their executives are being pushed to reconsider their strategies, with talent retention as one of the pivotal factors that is being addressed.
The latest KPMG CEO Outlook Report for South Africa surveyed 50 top CEOs from a range of industries between July and August of this year about what they are most concerned about.
New data shows that South African CEOs are against working remotely full-time.
Financial services firm KPMG's latest South African Insurance Industry Survey 2022 showed that new perspectives on money and ownership as well as the state of the world as a whole are shaping the insurance landscape.
The South African Reserve Bank's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has hiked the repurchase rate (repo rate) by 75 basis points.
Despite the South African government's best efforts to fast-track reforms and make urgent changes to the country's financial regulations, the sheer scale of its deficiencies when it comes to the Financial Action Task Force's (FATF's) metrics means a gr...
Professional services firm KPMG has published its latest Global Economic Outlook paper, detailing the biggest risks and opportunities facing South Africa heading into 2022.