Some thoughts on etiquitte and ethics in golf - Willem Landman & Praveen Naidoo

We found the following amusing golfing story about former US President, Bill Clinton, on the internet written by Brian Viner of the Independent in London.
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Globalisation, crime and its discontent - Willem Punt

A critical study of history tends to expose pertinent examples of mankind\'s truimphs masking hidden follies. Our truimphs always tend to be debatable, especially when viewed with the benefit of hindsight, for only then does the price of our truimphs become apparent. The truimph of capatilism is certainly not immune to this phenomenon. Thus, many argue that the truimph of capatilism over competing ideologies may have brought wealth to many but at great expense to others.
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Fighting Corruption

In its recently released Diagnostic Overview, the National Planning Commission (NPC) identified corruption as one of the nine major factors that prevents South Africa from alleviating poverty and inequality and from achieving the objectives of the South African Constitution.
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Ethical challenges for South African business - Mark Lamberti

For a business to survive and prosper, it must satisfy the reasonable requirements of all stakeholders. It follows from this simple premise that for an enterprise to be credible, each stakeholder must share a greater or lesser extent in the value it creates. This is easier said than done.
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New UK Bribery Act to have impact around the world

On 1 July 2011 a new Bribery Act became effective in the United Kingdom. This new UK Bribery Act, which has already been described as "the toughest anti-corruption legislation in the world", is likely to have an impact on business around the world.
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Turning the tide of corruption in South Africa

How the Eastern Cape Province is meeting the challenge
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Lifting the veil of negativity - the dark side of corporate governance. - Willem Punt

They say that there are three types of philosophers, the kind that can count and the kind that can\'t. So maybe I belong to the former when thinking about corporate governance, because something just does not add up.
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No Virginia, There is No Such Thing As Independence - Frank J. Navran

Independence is a word that is getting a good deal of attention these days but I have yet to encounter a comprehensive discussion of what it means, couched in language that is useful to the typical business decision maker. What follows is an attempt at moving that dialog forward.
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Nursing: The Profession of Caring - Willem A. Landman

Introduction It is a great honour for me to share this evening\'s celebration of some of South Africa\'s most exemplary nurses with you. People who have not been sick mostly have no idea of what it is like to be a nurse, or of how crucial nurses are for those dependent on their professional services.
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A call for moral excellence - Praveen Naidoo

For organisations to foster a climate that encourages ethically exemplary behaviour, a more comprehensive approach is needed, going beyond a punitive, legal, compliance stance, by promoting self governance.
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A rights perspective on the HIV/AIDS pandemic - Willem A. Landman

1. Introduction This workshop brings together three discourses about public health and HIV/AIDS, namely:
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It all starts with values

Recently the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) launched its Vision 2050 project. Vision 2050 (available at www.wbcsd.org) is described as a view of the world “in which the global population is not just living on the planet, but living well and within the limits of the planet”.
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