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02 JUNE 2018

The corporate cauldron

Reflecting on the wider issues of the Steinhoff scandal.
02 APRIL 2018

Can Pravin fix SA’s shambolic parastatals?

It’s clear Gordhan has a reputation as a "Mr Fix-It", and he hasn't hesitated to place the "rampant corruption" that has infested South Africa’s state-owned entities (SOEs) at the top of his to-do list.
05 FEBRUARY 2018

How many other "Markus Joostes" are out there?

Let’s be clear about something. Corruption is not confined to the public sector.
05 DECEMBER 2017

Lack of accountability & ethics at heart of government rot

In the face of worsening public sector audit outcomes, a renewed focus on ethics and measures to enforce accountability are needed to turn the situation around.
04 DECEMBER 2017

Share repurchases and directors’ remuneration

The first comprehensive share repurchase database covering the period 1999 - 2009 was compiled at the University of Stellenbosch Business School and found that share repurchases are much more prevalent (than expected) in this country.
31 OCTOBER 2017

Business should be a force for good

Adrian Gore, founder and CEO of the Discovery Group, believes business should be a force for good.
03 OCTOBER 2017

Disconnect between political leaders and those they serve

"Those who score the most in the political debate often forget the poor, hungry and uneducated," says Mathews Phosa, political and business leader who has accepted a nomination to stand as president of the ruling ANC.
03 OCTOBER 2017

Adrian Gore – Business as a force for good

Founder and CEO of the Discovery Group, Adrian Gore believes the company, created on the simple premise of making people healthier, can act as a force for good through its core purpose.

Eskom in the spotlight as parliament's inquiry begins

Witnesses summoned to the inquiry could expose the culpability of government ministers.
03 MAY 2017

Politics gutted SARS of rising stars, Treasury might be next

The troubles at the Treasury and SARS are a microcosm of the steady hollowing out of state institutions over the past few years. Professor Mills Soko explains the causes and consequences.