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INFLUENCE: Re-engineering our professions

South Africa’s apartheid legacy left many sectors and professions with skewed demographic profiles. After twenty years of democracy, the shift in demographics in most cases has been miniscule, and transformation clearly needs to be accelerated. By Yuven Gounden The Human Resources Development Council (HRDC) was established in 2010 to advise the Deputy President on issues…

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ANALYSIS: B-BBEE and its implications for fronting

Shohana Hareeparsad addresses the amendments to the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Amendment Act (Act 46 of 2013) and the Department of Trade and Industry’s Code of Good Practice as it relates to fronting According to the Guidelines on Complex Structures and Transactions and Fronting (previously Statement 002) of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI),…

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COVER STORY: Advising with an entrepreneur’s heart

Meta Maponya CA(SA) is the only woman on the advisory committee for SARS. Besides being the youngest by far, she is dynamic with experience covering governance and strategy to business operations enabling her to advise with a holistic approach. Lynn Grala spoke to her On 19 March 2015 the Minister of Finance announced the names…

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VIEWPOINT: Still underperforming! Markets outperform investors

‘The results show that the average investor earns less – in many cases substantially less – than unit trust performance statistics.’ DALBAR’s Quantitative Analysis of Investor Behavior (QAIB) has been measuring the effects of investor decisions to buy, sell and switch between unit trusts over both short- and long-term timeframes.  The results consistently show that…

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