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Reg Rumney

Reg Rumney

    Looking back to where it started
    Looking back to where it started
    The founder of the M&G Investing in the Future Awards, reports on how they have kept pace with the changes in corporate social responsibility.
    Shake-up for newspaper groups
    Shake-up for newspaper groups
    Mvela group's offer to buy media firm has sparked fears of greater political interference, writes Reg Rumney.
    The writing is on the wall
    The writing is on the wall
    Media companies make headlines with their poor scores in BEE ownership, writes Reg Rumney
    BBBEE code versus sector charters
    BBBEE code versus sector charters
    Ownership targets still trump other aspects of transformation, which could remove the advantages for small business.
    Transformation in an age of compliance
    Transformation in an age of compliance
    It was unfortunate that BEE was seen as a matter of compliance rather than as a strategic issue, and the compliance mindset needs to change.
    Ironies in Bafokeng platinum mine
    Ironies in Bafokeng platinum mine
    There's merit in Angloplat's role in blocking the sale to Impala.
    The chink in the media's armour
    The chink in the media's armour
    The government's resentment is not only about ownership but also about control, whatever that means.
    Many numbers, little clarity in JSE debate
    Many numbers, little clarity in JSE debate
    Defining black ownership is a complex business, as the JSE's contradictory figures have shown.
    My stomach turns, cool head or not
    My stomach turns, cool head or not
    Arcelor deals might be legal and even in line with 'old-fashioned' BEE practices, so why the fuss?
    Low-key reaction to MTN BEE deal
    Low-key reaction to MTN BEE deal
    The formerly disadvantaged will be able to pick up shares at an 80% discount.
    The BEE in Telkom's bonnet
    The BEE in Telkom's bonnet
    The company illustrates the poor record of parastatals in black economic empowerment at the ownership level.