Environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations continue to grow within the institutional investor community. However, their implementation in SA leaves one wondering if there are actual considerations of the country’s issues in a way that shows a deeper understanding of what sustainability means.

First, there is a misconception in the industry and public domain that investing in an ESG conscious way implies sacrificing investment returns. This is not true...

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