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Johannesburg - Aimed at promoting the highest standards of corporate governance in South Africa, the King Report on Corporate Governance (King I) was published by the King Committee on Corporate Governance in 1994.

The report was the first of its kind in the country and, 22 years later, King IV was released this week.

As innovative as King I was, changing local and economic environments necessitated that King I be updated.

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