It could be worse: how Corporate governance creates a better economic environment
By Larey van der Westhuizen, Managing Director: Statucor
Corporate governance can sometimes feel like a major burden for companies, but the reality is that the corporate landscape would be incredibly unproductive and risky without it.
JOHANNESBURG – The newly-formed Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) has conceded its website is experiencing "teething problems" frustrating business people across the country.
It’s exactly ten days ago today that Moneyweb reported on the website’s "teething problems" citing, among others, difficulties in lodging annual returns and dealing with a call centre that takes up to an hour or more to answer calls, and when it does, it seems unable to assist with queries adequately. This week Moneyweb experienced the frustrations first hand.
By Larey van der Westhuizen, Managing Director of Statucor
Johannesburg, 12 May 2015 – Privately owned companies would benefit greatly from having fully independent, non-executive directors on their boards, providing them with objective input, insight and oversight of their businesses.
Statucor and BDO, in association with MPowered, invite you to a series of interactive BEE Forums at which we will unpack the impact of the new BEE Codes, and how you can make them work for your business.
The forums will take place on 27 January, 4 March, 26 March and 15 April.
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The 80-plus directorships that some board members in South Africa reportedly hold are a "physical impossibility" without cutting legal corners and doing the basic principles of good corporate governance injustice.