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The Zondo Report has clearly fingered the enablers of State Capture – now it’s time for raparations
Rebuilding South Africa’s governance institutions and reviving growth are prerequisites for the sustainability of our constitutional democratic order. And a national reparations campaign against all local and international businesses implicated in State Capture is needed.
The case for measuring the social impact of business
Many firms go beyond minimum requirements but more can be done with rigorous monitoring and evaluation integrated into design of programmes.
An invitation to a revolution
A new book asks South africans to imagine a better way of living and a more just economic system, writes Sanet Oberholzer of the Sunday Times.
‘I understand poverty and underdevelopment along with the challenge of it’
Author, Founder and Chief Executive of Pan-African Investment and Research Services Dr. Iraj Abedian shares his life story and his latest book.
FUTURE HOW: THE GUIDEBOOK 2.0
THE COVID-19 RESET: REIMAGINING OUR COLLECTIVE FUTURE
KPMG – WOULD ITS DEMISE BE A GOOD OR BAD THING FOR SA?
As the crowd in the Colosseum screams for KPMG’s blood, there are some voices in the same arena advocating calm by arguing that the demise of KPMG as joint auditor at 4 of the big 5 commercial …
THE KPMG FAILURE: ETHICAL TEST FOR SA BUSINESS AND COMPANY DIRECTORS
On Thursday September 7th, 2017, I resigned as a non-executive director of Munich Re of Africa over KPMG as their external auditors. This followed nearly three months of serious engagements within the Board with KPMG’s high-level representation. Directorship of companies, be they public or private, is a serious responsibility.