KHAYA SITHOLE: Let’s make very clear the consequences of corporate corruption

Prohibition from doing business with government should be the first step

19.9.2019

KHAYA SITHOLE: Let’s make very clear the consequences of corporate corruption🔒

Prohibition from doing business with government should be the first step

The most prominent of them all — Enron — was unique in that the discovery of its corrupt practices led to its demise and also that of another entity that was complicit in the fraud — Arthur Andersen.

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