Why KING IV matters

  One of the hallmarks of our relatively young democracy has been its contribution to the discourse on corporate governance now enshrined in what is commonly referred to as the King Report. In July 1993, the ..
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Roadworks continue in Port Elizabeth

ROADWORKS will be taking place throughout this week in Port Elizabeth, within the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality area in the Eastern Cape. SANRAL would like to advise motorists of the following disruptions: – Stanford undercuts will ..
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Opinion: The slow erosion of the rule of law

On September 10 the first e-toll evader was convicted in the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court. Biochemist Dr Stoyen Stoychev was convicted of fraud (the falsification of number plates) and evading e-tolls – cited as a contravention of ..
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How to keep SA roads on track

By Minister Dipuo Peters The prospects for accelerated economic growth in South Africa and the capacity of the country’s infrastructure to support this, will rekindle the debate about how our roads should be financed in the ..
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The user-pay principle: it’s policy

By Anthony Julies There has been much controversy surrounding the user-pay principle recently but the reasons for using it as the funding model for the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP) are sound and need to be ..
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