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Why Corporate Executives are Laughing all the Way to the Bank

Why Corporate Executives are Laughing all the Way to the Bank

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A shade over a quarter of a billion Rand.

That’s the average annual salary of the CEOs of the Top 10 companies on the JSE in 2023 (according to a recent report by PwC). On top of that, you can add the R30-odd million many are paid as a company performance bonus.

Shining a Light on Darkness

Shining a Light on Darkness

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At the heart of South Africa’s governmental and corporate structures lies a tangled web of deceit and corruption, a cancer eating away at the nation’s progress. From embezzlement scandals to fraudulent tender processes, the landscape is rife with various forms of corruption that shackle the country’s potential.

Who Bears The Cost Of Corporate Corruption

Who Bears The Cost Of Corporate Corruption?

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You’d be hard-pushed to find anything positive to cling onto when it comes the state of both public and private sector corruption in South Africa. But, although I know two negatives will never make a positive, in this case, they might help us feel slightly less alone.

Paradise Plundered

Paradise Plundered

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“When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men in a society, over the course of time they create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it.”
Frédéric Bastiat

Skint January Workplace Fraud

Skint January = Workplace Fraud

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There’s a well-known saying that poverty breeds crime. Most of us who are fortunate to have regular employment could not, in all conscience, classify ourselves as poor, so why do many resort to criminal activities?