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CGF Articles & Editorials

Good governance, good business, good society – Where it stands or falls (2014-05-22)

Article by CGF Research, written by Dr. Gerhard van Rensburg

It is rather ironic how we all hope to have a good life, good body, good mind and good spirit; and we want to function in a good society.

The Protection of Personal Information Act is law: Where to from here? (2014-05-16)

Article by Dr Peter Tobin, John Cato and Professor David Taylor

Do you remember the old story about how to get things moving?

Dealing decisively with boardroom dysfunction: No ‘silver bullet’... (2014-05-06)

Article by Terrance M. Booysen

In the context of corporate governance, much has been said and written about boardroom dysfunction and the impacts this can have on a company. 

CGF paves way for non-executive directorship posts (2014-05-02)

Advertorial by CGF Research Institute

Many experienced managers may find themselves in a ‘stale-mate’ situation and wonder what their next career move might be.

Transparency and good governance lacking in the Retirement Industry (2014-04-25)

Article by Ian Young and Terrance M. Booysen

With only six out of 100 people in South Africa being able to retire comfortably, much can be said about the state of the local retirement industry.

Employee wellness is a bottom-line business issue (2014-04-10)

Article by Dr Dicky Els and George Marx

The healthcare of South Africans in the workplace should be one of the top priorities of employers; but evidence across many industries reflects a dire situation which suggests employers do not have employee’s wellness top of mind. 

Considering the risks attached to employers (2014-04-01)

Article by Terrance M. Booysen and reviewed by DLA Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Attorneys

Few people will deny the fact that running a company, no matter its size, is not for the faint at heart.

Job creation: A governance issue? (2014-03-31)

By Terrance M. Booysen

Clearly this subject is a matter of grave concern for many South Africans, and a number of negative spin offs occur when people are left unemployed and cannot find decent employment.

Improving the effectiveness of employee wellness management systems (2014-03-19)

Article by Dr Dicky Els and Terrance M. Booysen

Employee wellness and disease management issues and their effects on the workforce have become a global priority for most employers. 

Procurement: Carving the tender rot (2014-02-25)

Advertorial issued by CGF Research Institute and Sentigol

After hearing President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation 2014 Address, many people have agreed that “South Africa is a better place for all to live in”, since the dark days of apartheid was dismantled in 1994.