The focus may spread to Steinhoff’s operating assets
Can corporate governance not counteract this?
Remuneration committees are nothing more than well-paid middlemen
Glossy integrated annual reports often say too little
CPS and KPMG did what the public is becoming sick of, and which threatens the economy as much as corrupt politicians do
You can almost hear the frustration of the constitutional court judges: 'What do we have to do to get this woman to behave?'
The frightening prospect for us here in Cape Town is that Jacob Zuma may soon not be the most terrifying aspect of our daily lives
How appropriate that one of the most powerful organisations in the world seems to take guidance on leadership issues from the Vatican
Court-appointed panel shows strong grasp of all issues
The meaningless mea culpa is not working any more, no matter how many PR firms and lawyers are thrown at it
Bright light of disclosure is what consultants need
My Luddite tendencies boiled over as I sighted a Google Maps car cruising through my area
Never mind foreign investors — SA’s energetic, enterprising small businesses are a more important reason to keep up the good fight
The public is fed up with the fallout of crony capitalism, writes Ann Crotty
I’m a late adapter who is trapped by new technology. And no matter how many emojis or pictures you use it doesn’t feel quite the same, it’s all too slick and ...
The tax-paying public should be told about consultants
Shareholder capitalism incapable of long-term thinking