Corporate Governance: An Essential Guide for South African Companies
provide management and directors of companies, both private and public, with a reference work on the most important principles of corporate governance. It discusses the requirements of the Companies act, the recommendations of the 2002 King Report and recent requirements for directors of public-sector enterprises. Throughout the author makes clear how the relevant principles can be practically and progressively implemented.
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FORMATION TYPES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPANIES
GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF MEETINGS
THE BOARD AND ITS DIRECTORS
THE INDIVIDUAL DIRECTOR
OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY
RISK MANAGEMENT AND INTERNAL CONTROL
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY SUSTAINABILITY
ETHICS AND EQUITY
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