ANN CROTTY: Taking good care of the cronies

Remuneration committees are nothing more than well-paid middlemen

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ANN CROTTY: Not-so-good stuff cleverly hidden in corporate reports

Glossy integrated annual reports often say too little

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ANN CROTTY: It’s difficult to know who’s more damned: Net1, KPMG or the entire audit profession

CPS and KPMG did what the public is becoming sick of, and which threatens the economy as much as corrupt politicians do

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ANN CROTTY: Net closes in on Bathabile Dlamini

You can almost hear the frustration of the constitutional court judges: 'What do we have to do to get this woman to behave?'

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ANN CROTTY: A grim thought (no, not Zuma)

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

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ANN CROTTY: McKinsey’s cult of secrecy

How appropriate that one of the most powerful organisations in the world seems to take guidance on leadership issues from the Vatican

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ANN CROTTY: Accountability, at last, for Sassa?

Court-appointed panel shows strong grasp of all issues

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ANN CROTTY: What do Weinstein, McKinsey and KPMG have in common?

The meaningless mea culpa is not working any more, no matter how many PR firms and lawyers are thrown at it

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ANN CROTTY: The secret world of consultants

Bright light of disclosure is what consultants need

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ANN CROTTY: Government has abandoned us in the way alcoholic parents abandon their children

This means there’s lots of nerve-racking anticipation of the next time they stumble in the door drunk with all manner of destructive plans for what to do with ...

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ANN CROTTY: Google Maps was my breaking point

My Luddite tendencies boiled over as I sighted a Google Maps car cruising through my area

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ANN CROTTY: There is progress, and there is hope

Never mind foreign investors — SA’s energetic, enterprising small businesses are a more important reason to keep up the good fight

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ANN CROTTY: Calling business to account

The public is fed up with the fallout of crony capitalism, writes Ann Crotty

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ANN CROTTY: The more we use smartphones the less we communicate

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 ...

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ANN CROTTY: What are consultants doing at our SOEs?

The tax-paying public should be told about consultants

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ANN CROTTY: Are the days of shareholder capitalism numbered?

Shareholder capitalism incapable of long-term thinking

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