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Eskom and treasury fight needs urgent attention

Early signs of instability are creeping into struggling power utility as forces fighting for space in the parastatal take battle to the very top at Megawatt Park

Reputation Custodianship through Ubuntu.Lab Hub at Reputation House

Restoring the public's faith in corporate and government leaders

Holes in Steinhoff’s management led to its corporate scandal

The Steinhoff case highlights weaknesses in the governance structure the company had chosen to operate under.

What the KPMG saga says about shareholder activism

KPMG South Africa sets a potential example of how shareholders can attack the soft underbelly of private sector state capture enablers.

​Workplace change is a social imperative

The persistence of racism in companies and resentment about white control can only be addressed by positive moves to empower workers.

Poor conviction rate results in 50% rise in white-collar crime

People who commit lesser crimes serve time, but bigwigs can afford to buy time outside jail with prolonged court battles.

Zimbabwe’s parastatals ‘rotten to the core’

Ignorance, political interference, corruption and mismanagement cripple state-owned entities.

Know the governance rules

You can't play the game if you don't know the rules.

Trade official quits despite vindication

Despite being cleared, bigwigs at the trade department's regulator continue to feel the heat.

Siyabonga Gama guilty, says Transnet

Siyabonga Gama has been found guilty of a serious breach of governance requirements relating to procurement contracts which he approved at Transnet.

Taking CSR into account

For the first time, the King report will include corporate social responsibility, writes Ryan Hoffmann.

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