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As a Proudly South African company, CGF Research Institute (Pty) Ltd (‘CGF’) was founded in 2004 on the basis of assisting organisations to deal with the challenges of governance, risk and compliance (‘GRC’).
CGF Research Institute (Pty) Ltd (‘CGF’) is delighted to welcome Julian de la Hunt as the newest member to its team of Lead Independent Consultants.
In constantly striving to enhance and diversify its service offering to its clients, CGF Research Institute (Pty) Ltd (‘CGF’) is delighted to welcome Debbie Sinclair as the newest member of its team of Lead Independent Consultants.
Indeed, at CGF we are constantly on the lookout for unique individuals who not only have impeccable business credentials, but more so where they have demonstrated their business skills which is undeniably backed by good governance principles.
Proudly South African (Proudly SA) and CGF Research Institute (Pty) Ltd (CGF) have renewed a strategic partnership agreement, which will see a continuation of the long standing partnership between the two organisations.
Finding ‘agile’ individuals who understand the importance of balancing rules with organisational objectives is one of CGF Research Institute’s primary goals when selecting our Honorary Patrons.
In the spirit of making every day Mandela Day, The Wot-If? Trust and its partners are embarking on 67 Days of Digital Activism, launching in Diepsloot on 22, 23 and 24 July 2015.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Janine Joubert who joins CGF’s governance team as a Lead Consultant in Risk Management, Compliance and Governance.
By Terrance M. Booysen
In a world filled with many selfish acts, it is refreshing to witness an act where someone -- or an organisation -- goes beyond their call of duty to help another without expecting anything in return. Indeed, there may be a number of these selfless deeds taking place which are not seen or promoted enough. Many of the people behind these good deeds are in fact people who do not actively seek recognition for their work and they continue their work driven by their passion, regardless of who may be watching. Upon reflecting more about the term ‘selfless deeds’, one may be reminded of the Dalai Lama XIV’s wise words saying that our prime purpose in this life is about helping others and if we cannot help them, we shouldn’t hurt them. This makes so much sense.
Advocate Thulisile (‘Thuli’) Nomkhosi Madonsela is no stranger to millions of people across the world, and she has been a part of South Africa’s political landscape for many years. Given her notable legal background and vast experience as a Human Rights lawyer and Equality expert, Thuli fulfilled an instrumental role in the Constitutional Assembly in drafting South Africa’s new Constitution during the period that saw Tata Nelson Mandela become the first black president of South Africa.