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Ramaphosa gives go-ahead for new SIU probes
Ramaphosa gives go-ahead for new SIU probes
President Cyril Ramaphosa has authorised the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) to begin investigations into the awarding of tenders, contracts and...
RAF mum on mystery payments
RAF mum on mystery payments
For years, the Road Accident Fund (RAF) has been paying beleaguered software multinational SAP for work allegedly without a contract and without...
Software giant SAP faces charges over Gupta-linked payments
Software giant SAP faces charges over Gupta-linked payments
German software giant SAP said on Thursday that SA's Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) has laid charges against it with the...
​O’Sullivan, Hain pile pressure on UK ’state capture’ law firm
​O’Sullivan, Hain pile pressure on UK ’state capture’ law firm
Notorious investigator Paul O’Sullivan has given law firm Hogan Lovells two weeks to disclose, in detail, all fees it has earned from work for...
What the KPMG saga says about shareholder activism
What the KPMG saga says about shareholder activism
Accounting and consulting firm, KPMG South Africa, is
Editorial: Putting ethics ahead of profits
Editorial: Putting ethics ahead of profits
We can’t expect private companies to act in the best interests of people. After all, they have a duty to reward their shareholders for their...
Leading African growth
Leading African growth
Since joining the company in 2012, she has worked closely with departments and executives to achieve best results through targeted recruiting,...
Knowing the right people
Knowing the right people
Sunil Geness, corporate affairs executive at SAP, maintains that since knowledge-based companies are almost entirely reliant on their employees,...

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