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06 NOVEMBER 2018

The role of the corporation needs a fundamental reevaluation

Environmental economist and President of the World Wide Fund for Nature, Pavan Sukhdev believes there should be a fundamental reevaluation of the role of the corporation in society.
06 NOVEMBER 2018

How we can all resist state capture

The greatest issue is that state capture has not just been government’s doing. It was the work of individuals aided and abetted by corporates.
03 NOVEMBER 2018

Rationalising corruption: Did the devil make you do it?

Former captain of the South African national cricket team, Hansie Cronje, was not the first and will most probably not be the last to offer ‘The devil made me do it’ as defence when admitting guilt or justifying involvement in corruption.
10 OCTOBER 2018

Can leaders commit moral treason?

Repeated calls are made that – in the light of Zuma and the Guptas – politicians should act and vote ‘according to their conscience’.
10 OCTOBER 2018

The Steinhoff story that Markus Jooste left untold

Was Jooste telling the whole truth?
09 OCTOBER 2018

Ethical leadership

Rabbi Gideon Pogrund, Director of the GIBS Ethics & Governance Think Tank, in conversation with Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng.
09 OCTOBER 2018

What misbehaving companies can do to regain our trust

Trust is a vital component in a healthy economy. Getting it back once it’s gone is difficult.
30 JULY 2018

McKinsey: "How we'll put things right"

Kevin Sneader, Global Managing Partner of McKinsey & Company, explains 5 actions that the company will undertake to put things right, and to become part of the solution.
30 JULY 2018

What do senior HR Professionals need to do now?

Continuing revelations show that all is not as well as everyone thought it was in the private sector. This state of affairs presents a challenge for HR Professionals to rise to the occasion.
02 JUNE 2018

The corporate cauldron

Reflecting on the wider issues of the Steinhoff scandal.


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