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November21

Post-Guptas, a great deal must still fall

My heart missed a beat, probably even two, when I read recently that some ANC members are planning a comeback for Malusi Gigaba in our national politics.  This is despite many unanswered questions still hanging over his head, concerning his alleged role in facilitating the appointment of Gupta-anointed enablers in the boards and executive management
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November14

What state capture could cost labour law amendments

The devastating effects of state capture on our country’s ability to collect tax revenue are now common knowledge, and it is widely understood that the impact will be felt for a lot longer than many dare to acknowledge. There was a shortfall of R50.8bn in the 2017/18 financial year; the shortfall may be even greater
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October24

Solly Moeng on Mboweni’s biggest job, his style and credibility

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s biggest task when he delivers his maiden Medium-term Budget Policy Statement on Wednesday is to give assurance to not only the investor community and the markets, but to South Africans and the taxpayers. Brand reputation expert Solly Moeng told Fin24’s Moeshfieka Botha in studio that Mboweni “needs to give us a
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October24

Brands in shining armour

When respected personalities are brought in to clean up following political and corporate scandals, we must ask: are their personal brands enough to inspire trust?    President Cyril Ramaphosa Former President Jacob Zuma called on (now) President Cyril Ramaphosa to join him as running mate for a second term in office, in 2014, amid growing
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October17

South Africa needs a rebrand

In my speaking engagements in South African companies, I’m often shocked by the realisation that many employees – including middle, senior and executive managers – can either not remember their company’s values, where they exist, or are not sure if they’re integrated into performance management. This may explain the seemingly growing culture of wanton corruption
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