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South Africa: South Africa Must Resist Another Captured President - This Time By the Markets
The African National Congress (ANC) has made a dangerous habit of bringing post-apartheid South Africa to the brink of instability and the common ruin of all. The resignation of… Read more »
Africa: Why It Would Be in Everybody's Interests to Regulate Cryptocurrencies
There are growing calls for regulation of the cryptocurrency market, which is rapidly approaching a market capitalisation of $1 trillion. But there's little agreement about the… Read more »
July 29, 2016
Africa: Listed Companies With More Female Directors Are Better Corporate Citizens
There is a growing body of international research that suggests that companies with gender-diverse boards are better corporate citizens. These companies comply with legislation and… Read more »
May 04, 2016
South Africa: Sustainability Reporting - Why Companies Need to Up Their Game
Sustainability reporting combines economic performance with social responsibility and environmental care. It aims to help businesses set goals. It also measures performance and… Read more »
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