October 2017


Corruption and fraud are weapons of mass economic destruction that must be eradicated

Institutions and broader society have a crucial role to play in terms of encouraging and promoting ethical behaviour to boost business and the economy.
By Nceku Nyathi

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How to avoid becoming the next KPMG

Most organisations profess to have a set of values, but, when it really matters, does the organisation enable its people to live by them?
By Tim London.

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Between a rock and a hard place: Economic transformation is, for the most part, a sensitive exercise.

It is crucial to strengthen local development finance institutions (DFIs) and to revamp our failing education and training system.
By Nicholas Biekpe

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Giving employers what they want

To future proof their careers in a rapidly changing world, MBAs must make sure they select a business school that prepares them for the real world of work.
By Assoc. Prof. Mills Soko

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What the textile industry can teach us about moving forward

With so many gloomy stories in South Africa currently, it's easy to overlook one of the more encouraging success stories: the clothing and textile industry.
By Fatima Hamdulay.

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Lest we forget - lessons from African Bank

When African Bank Investments Limited was put under curatorship by the SA Reserve Bank in 2014, very few shareholders appeared to have seen it coming. It's a cautionary tale that reminds us why it is important to properly scrutinise the state of a company's corporate governance. By Dr Stephanie Giamporcaro

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