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Accounting scandals are spurring auditors to weigh tougher measures for the profession, says Bernard Agulhas, the head of SA’s Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors.
Steinhoff International was for many years run by a board of tight-knit people, many of whom had done business together for decades.
It’s exactly a year since Markus Jooste quit as CEO of Steinhoff International at the start of an unfolding accounting scandal and share-price collapse. Yet so far, the 57-year-old has been largely left in peace.
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Markus Jooste, the former head of the embattled retailer Steinhoff, fielded questions from MPs in Parliament on the conglomerate's governance and share price collapse. These are News24's top picks. Watch.
Almost nine months to the day since Steinhoff began its precipitous fall on December 6 last year, its 57-year-old former CEO Markus Jooste will come out of seclusion to face a grilling at Parliament on Wednesday.
Former Steinhoff CFO Ben la Grange presented evidence before a joint sitting of four Parliamentary committees on Wednesday. Here are the key things you need to know.
It will be the first time that Jooste has publicly spoken out about what happened at Steinhoff since he abruptly resigned in December 2017.
Jooste has not spoken publicly about what transpired at Steinhoff since he abruptly stepped down from his role as CEO in early December 2017.
Shares in the embattled Stellenbosch-headquartered retailer fell 7% on news it is facing a mass investor lawsuit in Germany.
The Financial Sector Conduct Authority says it will continue probing other accounts for potential insider trading prior to the retailer's share price collapse in December 2017.
Steinhoff International has provided South African police with information about a set of transactions involving three more former executives who may have contributed to its accounting crisis.
Now that donor, Steinhoff International [JSE:SNH], is struggling to survive what could be the worst accounting scam in South African history - charities are bracing for the day the support vanishes.
A shareholder group got a green light to sue Steinhoff International in the Netherlands, kicking off a legal fight to recover some of the billions of dollars investors lost.
Markus Jooste delivered a remarkable performance in Parliament on Wednesday during a joint meeting of various parliamentary committees, pinning the virtual collapse of Steinhoff International on external factors rather than his own conduct.
In April, the embattled retail conglomerate had already agreed to sell half of the German furniture chain to former business partner Andreas Seifert.
La Grange will appear before a joint sitting of four Parliamentary committees to talk about “institutional flaws and challenges” facing the country’s financial regulatory framework.
Jooste, who abruptly resigned from Steinhoff in December 2017 after auditors flagged accounting irregularities in its books, has not spoken publicly about what transpired there..
While La Grange stepped down from his roles at the firm earlier this year, he remained on short-term consultancy deals.
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