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Corporate Governance in South Africa Encouraged

The King Commission has issued 3 new guidance notes/papers to encourage greater governance by corporate South Africa. These are on the environment and climate change; corporate remuneration practices, and, finally, an analysis of the failure of corporate governance and how to counter that by training young entrepreneurs. Please let me know if you are interested and I will send them to you.

Meanwhile, Risk Insights, Imperial Logistics Limited, and Instinctif Partners have launched the World Economic Forum (WEF) New Champions Chapter in SA. The initiative forms part of the WEF’s New Champions Community which mobilises and capacitates invested corporate leaders from mid-sized companies to improve the state of the world. New Champions SA will focus on strengthening members’ decision-making and performance by leveraging its network and insights to help them create impact through innovative, collaborative solutions.

New Champions’ companies are dynamic high-growth companies that are championing new business models, emerging technologies, and sustainable growth strategies in the 4th Industrial Revolution. The advent of accelerating stakeholder capitalism, both from a social and climate change perspective, and the impact this has on people, organisations, and administrations, according to the WEF has exacerbated the need for collaboration and aggregation of resources to achieve positive outcomes in fractured environments

 

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