WATCH: KPMG CEO promises transparency

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KPMGs newly appointed CEO Nhlamulo Dlomu has given her word that the auditing firm will deal with an independent inquiry openly and honestly.

KPMGs newly appointed CEO Nhlamulo Dlomu has given her word that the auditing firm will deal with an independent inquiry openly and honestly.

WEB_PHOTO_DLOMU_WEEKEND_INT_23_AM.jpg

KPMGs newly appointed CEO Nhlamulo Dlomu has given her word that the auditing firm will deal with an independent inquiry openly and honestly.

KPMGs newly appointed CEO Nhlamulo Dlomu has given her word that the auditing firm will deal with an independent inquiry openly and honestly.

JOHANNESBURG - KPMG's new CEO, Nhlamulo Dlomu, has given her word that the auditing firm will deal openly and honestly with an independent inquiry into its activities.

The company has come under heavy scrutiny after it admitted to serious failings in work it did for the SA Revenue Service (SARS) and Gupta-linked companies.

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The firm says it is open to an inquiry to restore lost confidence.

Dlomu sat down with eNCA anchor Vuyo Mvoko to discuss some of the issues. Watch the video above.