KPMG’s international chairman John Veihmeyer met with Pravin Gordhan.
This follows his apology to South Africans on Tuesday for the work KPMG did in the country.
The disgraced auditing firm employed independent advisers which found massive failings in a report prepared for the South African Revenue Service.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Pauli van Wyk, a journalist with Scorpio at Daily Maverick.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
It [the meeting] seems to be a long one.— Pauli van Wyk
Pravin Gordhan said that he would look into initiating legal action.— Pauli van Wyk
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