McKinsey

The global advisory firm must release the reports it commissioned into the Eskom/Trillian debacle. Or should we just take them at their word?
'I hope you will allow us to earn back the trust we have lost and in doing so, regain our ability to contribute to the future development of South Africa.'
Bonang Mohale, CEO of Business Leadership SA, gave consulting firm McKinsey an earful after its boss apologised to the country for its dealings with Eskom.
The consulting firm's global managing partner will on Monday officially apologise to South Africans for its role in the corruption of Eskom.
Suzanne Daniels is facing a disciplinary hearing over her involvement in the McKinsey/Trillian deal.
Melrose Arch says it is glad to be rid of the firm.
It seems the global consultancy firm didn't believe the Eskom leadership to be honest brokers – and insisted on a court process to finalise the matter.
The firm’s no longer doing business with state-owned companies
KPMG has drafted in leading advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi to lead its legal team in the first of three inquiries it is likely to face for its work for the Gupta family.
Do the latest developments of possible charges and asset seizures requested by the NPA against Gupta related companies amount to a paradigm shift?