KPMG whitewash report

KPMG  whitewash report

The one they hoped we’d forgotten.

KPMG’s dodgy business dealings on behalf of the Guptas have rightly dominated the news in recent months.

But, Noseweek, having had a beady eye on KPMG for years, has questions about another matter entirely: the small matter of the audit firm’s social grants re-registration whitewash.

Last year amaBhungane journalist Craig McKune had a closer look at claims by Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) that it had done “extra work” for the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) entitling it to an extra payment of R316m.

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