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SPECIAL REPORT: SUSTAINABILITY 2009: 8

The Climate opportunity The past ten years have seen climate change explode on to the global agenda and, riding in its wake, a new order of regulations, legislation and compliance measures to which companies must adhere. Tightening regulations in energy efficiency, building and vehicle emission standards, waste regulations and greenhouse gas (GHG) reporting are all…

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SPECIAL REPORT: SUSTAINABILITY 2009 – 2

Good business journey Woolworths’ award winning sustainability strategy Woolworths’ Good business journey programme was launched in April 2007 as a formalisation of the existing Woolworths sustainability initiatives. The ‘Good business journey’ is a five year plan, changing the way we do business, and incorporating a series of challenging targets and commitments, centred on four key…

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SARS COMMENTS ON PRIVATE BANKING INSURANCE WRAPPERS

The Commissioner recently issued his findings in respect of private banking insurance wrappers by means of an Advanced Tax Ruling (ATR) on an off-shore private banking insurance wrapper. What is a private banking insurance wrapper? The concept could best be described as the integration of offshore assets into an insurance policy. The owner can transfer…

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GOVERNANCE OF INVESTMENTS

Directors and trustees to reconsider governance structures over investments Investments are the largest balance on the balance sheet of most insurers, retirement funds and other financial services entities. The collapse of global financial markets and the associated credit crisis has resulted in significant downward revaluations of investment values. Although it is common for market corrections…

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SOUTH AFRICA ON ITS WAY TO THE ADOPTION OF XBRL THROUGH THE JSE

Before the introduction of radio, most people received the news by way of newspapers. One of radio’s most early practices was to read the newspaper over the radio. This was because the people using the new medium did not yet understand how to use the new features of radio. Subsequently, producers of radio programmes learned…

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