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CGF Articles & Editorials

ECONOMIC CRIME IN SOUTH AFRICA: FACT OR FICTION? (2015-05-27)

Article by Terrance M. Booysen and peer reviewed by Sharon van Rooyen (Partner: EY)

It’s a fact.  No matter which global or regional surveys a person may refer to, the latest 2014/15 surveys on economic crime all show that crime of this nature is on the increase.  Economic crime -- particularly fraud and corruption -- are causing organisations in both the public and private sector substantial financial losses, and increasing pressure on business to grow their revenues together with market volatility could be just some of the reasons why these crime statistics are increasing.

PROMOTING GOOD GOVERNANCE: IMPERATIVES FOR ACCOUNTABILITY (2015-05-18)

Presentation by Terrance M. Booysen

...it is imperative that we make a distinction between words such as “accountability”, “responsibility”, “must” and “should” – and specifically so in the context of its use within a boardroom and its organisation.