Article by Terrance M. Booysen
With the recent findings of the Constitutional Court pertaining to the Nkandla matter, the subject of corporate governance has intensified and the topic has featured in media headlines, talk-shows and public debates across South Africa.
By Terrance M. Booysen and reviewed by Ian Jacobsberg (Partner: Hogan Lovells)
One hardly needs any reminding of the global economic crash and its devastating effects the world experienced in September 2008. Many businesses were brought to their knees, and countless individuals were financially ruined as a result of what could only be described as reckless trading, backed by the greed of a select group of business executives in the financial services market.