In this piece we argue that the B20 recommendations of the Integrity and Compliance Task orce can be used as a framework to advance organisational integrity.
In this blog post, co-authored with Marlen Heide, we build on some of my research at Trinity Business School as well as the work of the World Economic Forum’s Partnership Against Corruption Initiative.
I recently ended my term as co-chair of the B20 Integrity and Compliance Task Force 2022. Here are my views on the B20 Summit.
About Ukraine, the Free State and Transkei, with a bit of ABBA and John Lennon
Might he be tempted to offer free parking to Tesla?
If the South African Rugby Union is going to continue their defence of Jurie Roux, they should strike “well-governed” from their official corporate vision with immediate effect and replace it with “profitable and legally compliant”.
Governance and management of the power utility should be handed to an independent panel with credibility.
Letter to the editor, published by The Economist
Opinion piece published in the Irish Independent
Efforts to curb tobacco are being thwarted in part because half the industry is controlled by eight countries that are part of that fight.
Opinion piece published in the print version of the South China Morning Post
Opinion piece published in Business Day
South Africa is a country of contrasts, haunted by its history and divided by inequality. The country has a Gini coefficient of 0.63, which makes it the most unequal country in the world by some distance. According to the World Bank, in 2015 the richest 10% of the population held about 71% of net wealth, compared with only 7% held by the bottom 60%.
Published by Mail and Guardian
Published by the World Economic Forum
Interview with eNCA
Video on article published in Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine