The position of Pheladi Gwangwa on financial services firm Clientèle’s board has come under scrutiny after a judgment by the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) opened the door for a probe into the conduct of directors of a law firm accused of impropriety. 

Gwangwa, an attorney by profession, chairs Clientèle’s social and ethics committee...

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