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Protect your business by protecting your whistle-blowers
Protect your business by protecting your whistle-blowersArticle

It is the professional duty of business leaders to protect whistle-blowers. The C-suite of any organisation ultimately has a responsibility to make sure they protect the company's bottom line...

Zaakir Mohamed 21 Apr 2021

NPA dealing with Steinhoff matter without fear or favour
NPA dealing with Steinhoff matter without fear or favourArticle

Justice Minister Ronald Lamola says the National Prosecuting Authority is prioritising the Steinhoff matter and that it is dealing with it without fear, prejudice or favour...

5 Mar 2021

Combatting corruption in South Africa depends on three pillars, says experts on Henley and SABSA panel
Combatting corruption in South Africa depends on three pillars, says experts on Henley and SABSA panelArticle

Combatting corruption in South Africa depends on three pillars: ending the bipolar myth of good private sector/bad public sector, the establishment of an unstoppable citizens' movement and for directors to cross their own intellectual Rubicon and serve companies not shareholders...

Issued by Henley Business School 8 Sep 2020

Avoid rather than ignore risk of corruption scandals
Avoid rather than ignore risk of corruption scandalsArticle

Corporate corruption scandals are an organisation's worst nightmare, as the ensuing consequences are difficult to detach from once they have been uncovered...

Issued by LexisNexis 21 Jan 2020

Corporates need to step up to fight corruption
Corporates need to step up to fight corruptionArticle

At a recent seminar hosted by Webber Wentzel and Linklaters, corporate South Africa was urged to take the lead in fighting corruption and maladministration...

23 Oct 2017

Soyinka Centre announces entries for journalism awards
Soyinka Centre announces entries for journalism awardsArticle

The Wole Soyinka Centre for Investigative Journalism (WSCIJ) has announced commencement for the submission of entries for the 2015 investigative awards...

Nurudeen Oyewole 5 Oct 2015

Right2Know Campaign hosting events for International Right to Know Day 2015
Right2Know Campaign hosting events for International Right to Know Day 2015Article

On 28 September 2015, is International Right to Know Day and the Right2Know (R2K) Campaign will be hosting events in three major provinces to observe this important day...

25 Sep 2015

[Executive Check] Ad agencies ought to be intimate with clients to thrive
[Executive Check] Ad agencies ought to be intimate with clients to thriveArticle

MetropolitanRepublic, a newcomer in Uganda's advertising industry became the first local agency to win an award at this year's Loeries in September. MetropolitanRepublic won bronze for their 2012 MTN Uganda campaign, titled David Dumba, which was aimed at promoting SIM card registration in the country. Alex Rukundo, the managing director MRU speaks about the award and the value that intimacy brings to advertising business.

Walter Wafula 15 Oct 2012

BHP Billiton to stem corporate corruption
BHP Billiton to stem corporate corruptionArticle

Mail & Guardian Online reports that global mining, oil and gas company BHP Billiton is working to stem corporate corruption in-house and among its local business associates - who received in early January an "anti-corruption expectations" notification from Billiton.

23 Jan 2012

Anti-corruption Act scuppers deals
Anti-corruption Act scuppers dealsArticle

NEW YORK, US: According to results of Deloitte's annual Look Before You Leap survey of corporate executives, investment bankers, private equity executives and hedge fund managers, 63% of respondents reported that the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and anti-corruption issues caused their companies to renegotiate or pull out of planned business relationships, mergers or acquisitions over the last three years.

8 Feb 2011

SABC vs M&G: will the truth ever come out?
SABC vs M&G: will the truth ever come out?Article

By charging the Mail & Guardian with the theft of TV footage from its on-off-on-off Special Assignment documentary on political satire, the SABC has opened some extremely interesting doors. Or, should that be cans of worms?

Chris Moerdyk 1 Jun 2009

Investigative Journalism award for MoneywebArticle

The winning entry for the R100 000 prize for The Media/Valley Trust Award for Investigative Journalism has gone to Barry Sergeant, Investigations Editor, Moneyweb, for a story exposing corporate corruption, entitled: "Accounting Pulp Fiction".

26 Oct 2004

R100 000 award for journalism exposing business corruption Article

The Valley Trust is awarding a once off award of R100 000 cash to the best investigative journalist in South Africa - from electronic to print media - whose passion, determination and courage have enabled the exposure of corporate corruption.

30 Aug 2004

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