03/09/2023 | By Admin
Business has a natural responsibility to play a leading role in combating the corruption that threatens South Africa’s future.
Inspired by this responsibility and in the spirit of active citizenship, the GIBS Centre for Business Ethics, in partnership with Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA), has published an Anti-Corruption Working Guide for South African Companies.
To read the anti-corruption working guide for South African companies click here:
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