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03 FEBRUARY 2020

Is Business broken?

South Africa has seen a flurry of corporate scandals. All this leaves people wondering whether the system is failing.
05 JUNE 2019

Coming clean on faking green

Many product manufacturers are guilty of "greenwashing" - misleading consumers into believing they are purchasing green products, when in fact they are buying into marketing claims.
02 APRIL 2019

Steinhoff: Exactly where does responsibility stop and start?

We should interrogate those who aided and abetted state capture. But what about the numerous "smaller" players?
04 FEBRUARY 2019

Are your ethics up for sale?

Angelo Agrizzi’s bombshell revelations at the Zondo Commission have revealed the lengths and depths humans will go to for money.
02 FEBRUARY 2019

3 inconvenient truths about corruption

Having honest, adult conversations about corruption requires accepting that none of us is ethically pure.
04 DECEMBER 2018

New law will give the Auditor-General the "right to act"

The Public Audit Amendment Bill will change the DNA of the Auditor-General and help curb poor financial management, but better public sector education is also key, said panellists at an event at the UCT Graduate School of Business.
03 DECEMBER 2018

Pay, power and politics: Where did Carlos Ghosn go wrong?

The rapid fall from grace of automotive legend Carlos Ghosn is reverberating throughout the industry and casts a shadow over the future of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance.
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.