As the alleged wrongdoing at Bishops Diocesan College shows, equating wealth with virtue is a bad idea, writes Helena Wasserman.
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South Africa’s overall dam capacity is sitting at 64% full, down from this time last year.
The Black Management Forum says it plans to step up its "monitoring capacity", and has established a litigation fund to take legal action against public interest companies violating employment equity laws.
Empowerdex is now free to certify the broad-based black economic empowerment status of businesses after a suspension imposed on the company was lifted, the company’s boss Vuyo Jack told Fin24 on Tuesday.
CEOs of South Africa’s top companies earned a median of R5.4m in 2018, up from R5.2m in 2017, which represents R450 000 per month, a new trend report has found.
Deep stakeholder ownership can be the ticket to transformative black economic empowerment, says Ferial Haffajee.
If brands, companies and businesses want to remain relevant and thrive, the emphasis needs to be on evolving. Failing to adapt to constant change, can prove fatal.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says the private sector is lagging behind in transformation compared to government.
MMI Holdings Group's head of transformation Busisiwe Sithole says that transformation shouldn't just be a tick-box exercise and if done right, it could generate value for businesses and the country.
There is potential for SA to grow its LGBT+ tourism market, a flight attendant turned entrepreneur says.
The sort of shareholder activism we need right now is one that drives fundamental change in the body politic of South African corporates, says Sipho Pityana.
They reveal the radical changes in our country's landscape.
The lack of urgency by all role players to transform South Africa on all levels has led to an alarming increase in divisions within our society between rich and poor, different race groups, leadership and the people, writes Christo Thesnaar.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has told MPs that while the pace of investment and economic transformation has been slow, it has not been insignificant, and the African National Congress-led government will not be abandoning B-BBEE.
The B-BBEE Commission says it will consider enforcing the submission of reports through the 'levying of penalties for the non-submission or late submissions'.
In an effort to grow the number of black chartered accountants, the Department of Trade and Industry has gazetted the revised chartered accountancy profession sector code for public comment.
In addition to the consequences of the deepening phenomenon of lawfare, another set of challenges to the constitutional project has emerged, namely the fact the Constitution itself has become an object of criticism.
MMI Holdings, Group head of transformation Busisiwe Sithole shares lessons she learned in ensuring transformation strategies are effective.
There are six things SA's business sector should take the lead on, according to Bonang Mohale, CEO of Business Leadership SA.
Stand up for wildlife protection, improve black ownership in the tourism space and make it easier for families to travel together. These are some of the pressing matters German trade partners want SA to address in the tourism industry.
In war, when soldiers invaded an island, they used to burn their ships to make sure they have no other options, says the CEO of Business Leadership SA.
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